Ceramic Cat Sculpture - Black Funny Cat Figurine, Fine Art
Ceramic sculpture of a happy cat! Handmade of black clay, hand-glazed, fired in electric kiln at 1050 °C. A great gift for cat lovers, or a fun, positive decor element for your home or office. HEIGHT: 16 cm - 6.2 in WIDTH: 16 cm - 6.2 in LENGTH: 30.5 cm - 12 in Weight - around 2100 g.
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Culture insider: 10 types of residential houses across China
aodong – Cave dwellings on Loess Plateau: Cave dwellings are found all over Northern China including Shanxi, Gansu, Shaanxi and Henan provinces along the Loess Plateau. Having selected a good place, local people would dig a large pit and dig caves at the four sides, a tunnel leading to the ground at one side and a well in the center of the pit and build low walls at the four sides. The courtyard cave dwelling is warm in winter, cool in summer along with being both rain and fireproof. The…
Gallery of Gregers Grams Houses / R21 Arkitekter - 10
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13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. LXIV)
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A troglodyte cave house in Gharyan, Libya. The house was dug out in 1666 and it is still being used today.
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Art of Ice and Fire
A typical shop in Paris between the XIIth and the XIVth century. From Dictionnaire raisonné de l’architecture française du XIe au XVIe siècle, vol. 2 by E. Viollet-Le-Duc. Paris, 1875. Via archive.org.