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Spider Bridge in Sun City North-West of South Africa. ....Many tourists say it's like "walking through an amazing portal to another world"

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from The Pretty Blog

Real Fudge Recipe

When I was in primary school in the late 1980's, I created my first recipe book. It was a "reporters notebook", ringbound, with a model posing as a cowgirl on the cover (I cut it out of a magazine). It had an index, featuring basic recipes like meringues, cheese scones, pecan nut cookies and fudge.

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The Emirates. Really have upped their game lately for conference and event space - no pun intended

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manhattan loft by Olson Kundig Architects

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Spider Bridge, South Africa

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The DNA Bridge (Helix Bridge), Marina Bay, Singapore Plan your trip to Singapore with #Tripport Download for Free @ www.gotripport.com

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Giant Fish Sculptures Made from Discarded Plastic Bottles in Rio. The giant artwork was part of the UN Conference on Sustainable Development, which was held in Rio between between 19-22 June. The sculptures serve as a reminder for beach-goers to recycle plastic bottles in order to reduce the amount of waste that ends up in our oceans.

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from Bloglovin’

WEEKEND ESCAPE: MAISON ESTATE IN SOUTH AFRICA (style-files.com)

Great and unique for where it is (in the tasting room of a winery.) Love to see it lit up.

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from Architectural Digest

10 Amazing Tech Company Headquarters

GitHub’s goal is to make it easier to collaborate on software development, and its South of Market headquarters brings this idea to life. Studio Hatch worked with the company to plan a space with flexible work environments that could evolve over time as the team grew. The three-story, 60,000-square-foot office, located in a former dried-fruit warehouse, includes a café on each floor, conference rooms with themes (such as Rat Pack, saloon, and safari), a dojo, a speakeasy, and a roof deck…

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AIM by the Bourullec brothers from #FLOS is designed to make use of the cords that are normally hidden, a part of the fixture. You can hang it, dangle it, loop it, etc. to create and arrange as you please. (http://www.contemporist.com/2014/04/18/oban-house-by-agushi/os_180414_22/)

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