Wrap up your summer home projects with a big flooring deal

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ST. PETE BEACH, Fla. — As you start back-to-school shopping, consider getting new floors for a great deal with 50 Floor. Art Edmonds from 50 Floor joined us to share how you can get quality flooring that matches your style and needs in no time. It all starts with a free, no pressure, in-home design consultation. You can secure 60 percent off materials during the month of August by calling 877-50FLOOR. You can even mention “GREATDAY” for an additional $100 off your order!

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10 Things Your Home Doesn’t Need Anymore: How Many Do You Still Have?

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Unless your home was built in the last year or two, it’s likely to be full of outdated features and systems. Some of those items may add to the home’s charm, but many distinctly will not. Replacing the outdated with modern versions or smart technology can save you time and money.

“While not everyone is an uber-cutting-edge tech wiz, [home] buyers are more tech-savvy than ever before,” says Jared Wilk,

graphic studio thonik presents its first work of architecture in amsterdam

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graphic design studio thonik presents first work of architecture in amsterdam. the new self-designed studio is built along the city’s wibautstraat, marking its first exploration of three-dimensional design. thonik’s co-founder thomas widdershoven worked in collaboration with MMX architecten, generating a spatial manifesto of thonik’s design philosophy characterized by social commitment and a playful take on modernism’s heritage. 

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thonik founder thomas widdershoven comments on the design of its newly completed amsterdam studio:designing and building your own workspace is still an experimental alternative in the current economic reality. for thonik it meant operating within a tangle of

The architect decolonising Nigerian design

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In the Igbo town of Idumuje-Ugboko in southeast Nigeria, artist and architect Demas Nwoko reports to his home office Monday through Friday.



a man sitting at a table using a laptop: Architect Demas Nwoko and his intern Ibim Cookey at his home office in Idumuje-Ugboko, Nigeria [Photo courtesy of Rufus Nwoko]


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Architect Demas Nwoko and his intern Ibim Cookey at his home office in Idumuje-Ugboko, Nigeria [Photo courtesy of Rufus Nwoko]

The room is cool, softly lit and furnished with his own hand-built wooden desks, tables and chairs. A selection of Nwoko’s terracotta sculptures is displayed on shelves. Throughout the day, the 84-year-old meets one-on-one with his two young interns, recent architecture school graduates who assist with the logistics of his latest building