TweetyTwix has added a photo to the pool:
A brand new bar at the harbor in Lahti, Finland
Just had my phone camera with me otherwise I would have taken more pictures! I really love it how they have used wood, brick, glass and metal in this harbor area. Beautiful!
Design and art need a twist
John Agelii is a Swedish graphic designer/artist. His background is in fashion advertising, but beside that job he plan to challenge the way we think of rugs.
These rugs are made of felt and communicate more directly to visitors and guests than ordinary rugs do. The use of typography and symbols let you create a dialog on the floor of your house.
Inspiration to the name John Pour Home came from a bottle of Pour Homme perfume.
Become a Web 2.0 professional and make a career as a specialist of online communities, environments and services! The internationally accredited master program Interactive Media and Knowledge Environments (IMKE) at Tallinn University accepts applications until July 1st. A limited number of state-paid positions are available for best applicants. All studies are in English. Most courses can be also taken via the web. BA level assumed.
Information for applicants and online application form:
H is for Home recently posted about Lundtofte:
The Danish company Lundtofte produced high quality, stainless steel pieces – predominantly kitchen & dining wares, but also some decorative household objects.
More info on [H is for Home](https://hisforhome.wordpress.com/2008/06/21/l-is-for/)