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By green proofing, or more accurately green roofing, buildings in urban centres individuals and companies look to both save money and create an income. Be it with solar panels or rooftop gardens, the use of sustainable methods of lower energy costs is a growing enterprise in the USA. Uncover how…

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Wallpapers are no longer a trend of the past. With so many unique designs and textures on offer, this simple design tool can transform a dull and drab space, into a whimsical/quirky/elegant/classic masterpiece depending on what the individual likes. Although wallpapers may seem an added extra in a design scheme,…

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Composition Cork may be also supplied in sheets and are used in many products, including memo boards, coasters, underlayment and insulating material, as well as for carving.

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The cork stopper has unique innate qualities, which interact beneficially with wine. It contributes to developing its character, gives it authenticity and brings it value. Cork, which is just as natural and noble as wine, benefits from the production of wine and reciprocates with premium performance stoppers. Both industries have…

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Using cork, a 100% natural material, which is both reusable and recyclable, we create products for the day-to-day life of a home and office, where improvements can easily be made by using cork products

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  iRender are ecstatic to announce the long awaited and much anticipated new release of SketchUp, namely SketchUp Pro 2013 by Trimble, yesterday 21 May 2013.  SO, WHAT'S NEW IN SKETCHUP PRO 2013 ? One of the most significant changes relating to the New Release of SketchUp Pro 2013, other than…

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The project was done in association with Bread Companions and Sesego Cares for the Emtongeni Community Center in Zandspruit. The aim of the project was to empower community members with a business opportunity by providing them with a sustainable bakery.   In order to educate the community on alternative construction…

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