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Living With Wood by Wim Pauwels
Living with Wood provides inspiration for anyone who appreciates the beauty of this wonderful natural material. A superb compilation of the most beautiful projects with wood - both indoor and outdoor.
Living With Wood by Seri C. Robinson
A great guide for budding wood workers, parents, and future wood scientists. For anyone who has ever used, owned, or been curious about wood of any kind, this guide offers a fantastic summary of the science behind the material's anatomy, chemistry, and general upkeep. With easy-to-understand descriptions, you'll never have difficulty deciding what wood to work with or how to clean your boarded floors again. Offering a general overview of the material, this guide's long list of topics includes best uses of wood in the home, finishing and coloring, woodworking machines, and unsafe woods. Get to know one of the most prevalent materials in your home, and use this guide to master any creative, cleaning, decorating, or furnishing projects you may have!
Living Wood by Mike Abbott
First published in 2002, Living Wood is both a practical manual and an inspirational guide, updating much of the information included in Mike's best-selling book Green Woodwork. Living Wood covers: • Becoming a green woodworke--Mike's story, from playing in the woodlands to owning a share in a woodland in Herefordshire • Buying, managing, and harvesting a woodland; • Developing woodland facilities, including tracks, steps, huts, a barn, a kitchen, and a compost toilet • Setting up a woodland workshop--plans for a shelter and updated designs for a shaving horse, a pole lathe, and other green wood-working tools and devices • Making ladder-back chairs, including cleaving, steam-bending, and techniques for ultra-tight joints without glue • Seating chairs with bark and with cord • A comprehensive list of suppliers, woodland organizations, and books Now in its fourth edition, Living Wood includes a selection of photographs of Mike’s latest workshop at Brookhouse Wood.
Living In Wood by Chris van Uffelen
Wood has become a source of fascination and inspiration in contemporary architecture. The sustainable and locally available building material is easy to process, structurally very powerful and extremely simple to combine with other materials. It insulates against heat as well as cold, but is also breathable. Along with these practical considerations, it is the unlimited abundance of creative possibilities that accounts for the ever-growing popularity of residential dwellings made of wood. From one-story bungalows to multi-story dwellings, timber houses are at the forefront of the development of contemporary architecture and design.
Made Of Wood by Mark Bailey
Made of Wood is a celebration of recycled pieces, age-old crafting techniques, clean modern lines, and global influences as well as art and tableware with a handmade feel. Explore the modern craft movement and maker culture with Made of Wood, the latest book from award-winning retailers Mark and Sally Bailey of destination concept store Baileys Home. The first half of the book explores the many ways in which we can use wood in our homes—sculpted, left in its natural state, roughly sawn or smoothly planed, recycled, or painted. The second half of the book, Wooden Stories, contains 12 case studies, each one offering a glimpse into the homes of people who have used this most ancient and versatile of materials in creative and inspiring ways. Living with wood brings tactile comfort to every day, warms any interior, and will give your home a sense of soul that is so often lacking in this age of mass production.
Living With A Hyperactive Child by Miriam Wood
The Living Wood by Louis de Wohl
The renowned novelist De Wohl, with his usual crisp language and descriptive narrative, as well as irony and humor, presents the colorful and tumultuous times of the early Christian era in this story of intrigue, romance and power politics revolving around Helena, the devoted and saintly mother of Constantine, the first Christian emperor. This historical novel tells the story of the quest for the True Cross through fifty years of the most exciting events in Roman and Christian history. The narrative begins when the Tribune Constantius, a Roman officer stationed in Britain, meets and wins Helena, only daughter of the mystical and oracular King Coel of Britain. Through the course of their early lives together, and during their ten-year separation when Constantius returns to Britian as a conquering Caesar and Helena has become a rejected wife, devoted mother, and militant Christian, there is a sure and convincing portrayal of character growth and personal conflict. Helena's fierce determination to raise Constantine as a warrior son and her gradual discovery and dramatic acceptance of Christianity prepare her for the final miracle of her life discovery of the True Cross, the Living Wood on Calvary. The Living Wood is a chapter from the turbulent half-forgotten pages of early Christian history and legend in which the religious conflicts and problems are handled with moving simplicity. It is also an action-packed novel of those times-with a lesson for us today-that captures with equal skill and tumult and the shouting of the battlefield and the devious plots and counter-plots of the court.
What A Way To Live And Make A Living by Roger M. Griffith
Joanna Wood by Joanna Wood
This luxurious book on the interior designs of Joanna Wood takes readers inside a wide array of fabulous houses--from a hip London apartment to her own cozy retreat in a restored 10th-century barn. With a reputation built over 25 years, Joanna Wood is recognized as one of Britain's leading figures in interior design. Her practice, Joanna Trading, was the winner of Britain's 2012 Design & Architecture award. Now Joanna Wood invites readers inside the walls of some of the most sumptuous rooms ever created. From the ultimate home that has everything to a country residence for a young family; a classic English cottage to a newly built town house, she brings to each project her practiced eye and attention to detail, creating a classic style that combines traditional and contemporary elements to produce a result which is both practical and visually exciting. Along the way, the designer shares her own experiences, tips, and secrets that can help transform any room into a comfortable oasis.
Living With Othello Syndrome A Modern Day Tragedy by Debbi Wood
The book raises the issue of morbid obsessions especially Jealousy, It goes deep into the condition of Othello Syndrome, Which is the psychiatric disorder of the mind, where you become obsessed with your partners fidelity, repeated accusations of the partner cheating on you, checking their phone, emails, and social media sites for signs of cheating, and the more bizarre things that you do once you are obsessed, Such as bugging the house, buying a lie detector, having your partner followed, checking up on them at work, checking up on them when they are with their friends, needing evidence and reassurance they are not cheating on you, even to the point of hearing a person of the opposite sex in the background where ever they are, and thinking they are with them and cheating on you. It is natural to have a form of anxiety about a partner, even mild jealousy.