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Last Thursday was the most shocking day for the Parliament of Romania. The session was overshadowed by TV engineer, the father of two children Adrian Sobaru who decided to jump from 7-meters-high balcony in protest over government budget cuts that had affected his family. He was wearing “you-killed-our-children’s-future” t-shirt, but luckily his injures weren’t life–threatening. When he was taken out on a stretcher to the emergency, Adrian continued shouting the word “feedom”.
When your garage is filled to the brim and you can hardly move in the space, you surely need to do something about your basement. This couple from San Francisco asked a design team from atelier KS to help them out. Now you can see an amazing remodeling of this basement when the 1,000 square feet were equally transformed into a garage and living space. Now the residents have a quest bedroom, a bathroom, family room, laundry room and even storage space.
In the late 19 century, Detroit had its own industrial revolution. Strategically located along the Great Lakes waterway, Detroit emerged as a transportation hub. In 1896, a thriving carriage trade prompted Henry Ford to build his first automobile in a rented workshop on Mack Avenue.
In 1903, Henry Ford founded the Ford Motor Company and in 1913, Ford implemented a large-scale assembly line to manufacture the Model T automobile at his Highland Park plant.
Detroit was even referred to as the Paris of the West for its architecture, and for Washington Boulevard, recently electrified by Thomas Edison.Ford's manufacturing—and those of automotive pioneers William C. Durant, the Dodge brothers, Packard, and Walter Chrysler—reinforced Detroit's status as the world's automotive capital.