Or if you just get tired of it? MocoLoco show us Chair Wear , in which the designers ask: “Why buy a new chair when you can dress up the one you have?” Marleen Sleeuwits The designer, Bernotat&Co , explains how it is a different way of looking at upholstery, sort of clothing for chairs. Chair Wear started as a mildly ironical joke, and ended up in a very inspiring new way of looking at furniture upholstery, of seeing it as a separate item, leading to new constructions, productions techniques and materials. Marleen Sleeuwits The Hoodini is flexible and practical: The multifunctional Hoodini – baggy storage space when hanging over the back of the chair and a privacy screen when pulled over the sitter’s head like a hood. Marleen Sleeuwits Knit-Net, essentially a chair cushion, it’s made of specially developed 3D knitwear inspired by the protective foam net packaging of expensive apples. So much of our stuff just gets thrown out, when all it really needs is a new coat.
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From English city, clothing store owner serves much of the Western media with news from Syria
He claims to have rarely gotten web link it wrong, saying he could think of only two cases in which he overstated casualty figures. Other mistakes, such as confusing a car bombing with a mortar strike, were more common, but in every case he insisted errors were corrected. “We’re human, we make mistakes,” he said. “But it’s our intention not to repeat them.” A LEADING NEWS SOURCE Abdurrahman’s accuracy matters because so many news organizations use his reporting. A review of stories published by three major newswires, including The Associated Press, over the past year show he’s cited more often than SANA, Syria’s government-run news agency. Experts attribute the exposure to Abdurrahman’s non-stop publication schedule, and the fact that so many observers are barred from Syria and that others are at risk of kidnapping or worse.
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