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WILLIS TOWER SKYDECK TO CELEBRATE SECOND ANNUAL VALENTINE’S DAY WEDDING EXPERIENCE OVERLOOKING CHICAGO

Skydeck Chicago Hosting Social Media Contest to Win a Private Wedding Ceremony 1,353 feet in the Sky

Love is in the air, literally, for couples in Chicago. Today, Willis Tower, the iconic Chicago skyscraper, announced the return of its annual social media contest giving couples the opportunity to win a romantic Valentine’s Day wedding ceremony atop the highest observation deck in America — Skydeck Chicago’s 103rd floor, 1,353 feet in the sky. Beginning Monday, January 9th, couples can submit video entries for a chance to win the ultimate wedding ceremony above the majestic Chicago skyline. The contest will run until Thursday, February 2, 2017. Continue reading WILLIS TOWER SKYDECK TO CELEBRATE SECOND ANNUAL VALENTINE’S DAY WEDDING EXPERIENCE OVERLOOKING CHICAGO

Prayer for Reconciliation—Ruckusapparel.com

PRAYER FOR RECONCILIATION // RUCKUS WINTER16 FASHION FILM from RUCKUS Apparel on Vimeo.

A Fashion Film for our Winter16 collection. Filmed in Denver, Colorado with our partners Blurred pictures. It’s our goal and mission as a company to always be pushing the limits, and so with the popular emergence of video look books in today’s fashion realm, we looked at that and thought – what if we pushed it even further…
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The struggles of entrepreneurship – Heart to heart with Jane


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Jane lays is all out, by letting everyone know that entrepreneurship is not all “Unicorns and Rainbows.”

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SEAN JOHN UNVEILS THE ANALOG-DIGITAL CHRONOGRAPH WATCH IN TIMES SQUARE


APRIL 1st, 2016 – (New York, NY) – Sean John, the world’s most iconic men’s collection, has announced today the unveiling of the Analog-Digital Chronograph Watch billboard advertisement in New York’s Times Square. Part of the their newest timepiece collection, the recently launched watch will grace the world’s largest digital billboard in a five second spot running from April 1st-7th, 2016. The unveiling of the striking digital advertisement in Times Square will mark the first of its kind for the renowned men’s’ brand. Continue reading SEAN JOHN UNVEILS THE ANALOG-DIGITAL CHRONOGRAPH WATCH IN TIMES SQUARE

Black Barn Conversion: The Ancient Party Barn

Built from a derelict farm in the hills outside Folkestone in Kent, the Black Barn Conversion melds what could be salvaged from the existing structure with an interesting mix of found materials. The centerpiece of the main area is a tapered brick chimney that supports both a portion of the mezzanine that houses the bed and bathrooms and a cantilevered waxed steel staircase. Huge insulated shutters recall the original barn doors while protecting an equally grand rotating window, and the original green oak framing — or the portion of it that could be repaired — is largely cosmetic, with a steel exoskeleton providing support for decades to come.

THE ANCIENT PARTY BARN IS SHORTLISTED FOR THE STEPHEN LAWRENCE PRIZE

“We are thrilled that the Ancient Party Barn has been shortlisted for the prestigious Stephen Lawrence Award.”

The RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize is funded by the Marco Goldschmied Foundation, and was set up in memory of the teenager who was setting out on the road to becoming an architect when he was murdered in 1993.

The prize, which rewards the best examples of projects that have a construction budget of less than £1 million, is intended to encourage fresh talent working with smaller budgets.

Photos: Keith Collie and Will Scott / Liddicoat & Goldhill