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Your Best Home: 5 X Spaces X 5 Design Steps = A Better Life by Joe Snell
Simple Solutions: Storage Space
Adventures in Wood Finishing: 88 Rue de Charonne
John Godley Kilbracken – The Easy Way to Tree Recognition
The Permaculture Earthworks Handbook: How to Design and Build Swales, Dams, Ponds, and other Water Harvesting Systems by Douglas Barnes

Your Best Home: 5 X Spaces X 5 Design Steps = A Better Life by Joe Snell

English | September 27th, 2017 | ASIN: B0732JPD4R, ISBN: 1743369166 | 394 Pages | EPUB | 79.91 MB
Would you like your home to be calmer and more peaceful? Would you prefer a better relationship with your partner? Does coming home make you feel happy, uplifted and secure? Do you love what you see from your sofa? Your home doesn’t need to be a mansion, flash apartment or chocolate-box country cottage – Joe Snell’s easy 5×5 steps work in any home. Whether you’re renovating, building or just want a quick-fix, good home design can lead to a better life for you, your family and even your neighbourhood.
Joe shows how to optimise the five design steps of Space, Light, Air, Sound and View in your five main rooms: the entry, living room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. The 5×5 steps can simply give you your best home, and your best life.

Simple Solutions: Storage Space

Coleen Cahill | 2002 | PDF | ISBN: 1586633074 | 132 pages | 34 MB
Ingenious storage secrets for every room—from kitchens to home offices to dens. Among the creative and practical storage systems are easy-to-install shelving, sideboards, cupboards, and cabinets. A multitude of full-color photo-graphs, shot by the industry’s foremost photographers, depict each solution in action, with detail shots highlighting crucial points. Sidebars offer “Bright Ideas” for quick fixes and invaluable tips for maximum potential with minimum effort.

Adventures in Wood Finishing: 88 Rue de Charonne

George Frank | 1981 | PDF | ISBN: 091880406X | 126 pages | 43 MB
In this book, master woodworker George Frank (1903-1997) opens the doors of his Paris workshop at 88 Rue de Charonne to share the closely guarded secrets of a lifetime. You’ll learn how old-timers brewed dyes from plant extracts and chemicals and how they made their fillers. You’ll discover the best route to the flossiest possible finishes and the way to create an “antique” finish that will food the experts. Frank’s warm narrative and his lively account of trials and triumphs in the trade make this book much more than just another finishing manual. Frank was born in Hungary, where he trained as a cabinetmaker and later earned a diploma as a master of wood coloring from the Technological Institute of Budapest. He emigrated to Paris at the age of 21 and, after working in several finishing shops, became a foreman at Jansen, at that time an international leader in interior design. In 1932 he opened his own shop at 88 Rue de Charonne. He came to New York and opened the George Frank Cabinet Corporation there in 1941. In 1973, he retired from this and became Consulting Editor for ”Fine Woodworking” magazine and published this book and ”Wood Finishing with George Frank”, both classics in the field.

John Godley Kilbracken – The Easy Way to Tree Recognition

Book Club Associates | 1984 | ISBN: 0862720400 | English | 130 Pages | PDF | 18.27 MB
This title presents a fascinating new approach to the identification of Britain’s most common trees.

The Permaculture Earthworks Handbook: How to Design and Build Swales, Dams, Ponds, and other Water Harvesting Systems by Douglas Barnes

English | October 10th, 2017 | ISBN: 086571844X | 194 pages | PDF | 6.78 MB
In the face of drought and desertification, well-designed, water harvesting earthworks such as swales, ponds, and dams are the most effective way to channel water into productive use. The result can be increased food production, higher groundwater levels, reduced irrigation needs, and enhanced ecosystem resilience.
Yet, due to a lack of knowledge, designers, and landowners often build earthworks that are costly, inappropriately sized and sited, or even dangerous.>The Permaculture Earthworks Handbook is the first dedicated, detailed guide to the proper design and construction of water harvesting earthworks. It covers the function, design, and construction methods for nine main types of water harvesting earthworks across a full range of climates.
Coverage includes:
• Swales, ponds, dams, hugelkultur, net-and-pan systems, spate irrigation, and more
• Cost versus benefit of different earthworks
• Assessing site needs and suitability
• Soil types and hydrology
• Designing for maximum efficiency and lowest cost
• Risk assessment and safe construction
• Stacking functions and integrating earthworks into a design
This practical handbook is the essential resource for permaculture designers, teachers and students, landowners, farmers, homesteaders, landscape architects, and others involved in maximizing the water harvesting potential of any landscape at the lowest cost and impact.

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