OK, I don’t love the whole place because it’s kind of unfinished and drab for my taste. But i do love the pendants and the bar Stools are brilliant.
After working in as many bars and reasturants as I have, you begin to think you’ve seen everything that can be done with a bar stool. This is such a fresh take. Did I say I love these bar stools, cause I do!
The 30-foot bar is composed of C channel beams and sits beneath 85 lamps made from recycled fire extinguishers – true Castor! – that have been chopped in half and powder coated.
The bar stools are made from industrial truck spring.
Eight communal tables of veneer-topped oak make up the dining area, spinning off the success of the single huge communal table at Oddfellows, Castor’s earlier (and smaller) restaurant.
via Parts & Labour Restaurant by Castor.
I want to say Up front that there still is no good way of WordPress blogging on the I-pad.
The lack of WordPress modulars is astounding. The Ipad should be the best tool for Blogging.
Also I have not found a good a app for writing Resumes and Cover Letters, formating is the reason.
App shopper- Better than Apple’s App Site
Free Wifi Finder- Down Load National List of WIFI
Icab mobile- Web Browser with Tabs and Massive Sharing Plug-Ins. (still no WordPress plugin WTF)
Atomic web- Download capable Web browser with Tabs(No WordPress WTF)
Go Task- The best Todo list app syncs with your G-Cal Tasks.
Muji calendar- Enter New dates Fast, Syncs both ways with G-Cal
Evernote- A Must Have for keeping track of Web info Syncs w every device(No WordPress WTF)
Dropbox- Transfer files and use them between apps, computer and devices.(No WordPress WTF)
Read it later- Read web pages and articles with no Ads at your leasure (No WordPress WTF)
ZITE- RSS magazine personalized articles, blogs, videos syncs with Twitter or G-Reader or on its own.
Mobile rss- Beautiful RSS Reader with Share Buttons (No WordPress WTF)
Vimeo- Edit Your Videos and then Share them on Vimeo
Instagram-Photo filters and Share Capable ( No WordPress WTF)
Idraw- The BEST drawing app on IPAD- Adobe and Autodesk can suck itThis is really the best combination of basic tools I’ve ever seen. Includes dimensioning BUY THIS
GTalk- Use your Google Video Chat if you have Camera
Last.fm- Padora and Spotify are So Lame Compared to Last.Fm Sign Up and learn How to use this and discover all the music you never new about but that you love.
Yelp- You Should Know By Now
Seth Eshelman from STAACH Design created the Cain chair in 2006. The chair and the Cain collection were born ultimately from the need for simple, affordable furniture, while also allowing extra features like being stackable and the ability to be upholstered.
The Cain chair is STAACH’s first piece to truly encompass every form of sustainability in manufacturing and design, from sourcing and fabrication (it’s made with extreme reduction in tool usage) to shipping methods.
This is an old favorite of mine – I love the simple, functional and straightforward lines of the design and appreciate the sustainability embodied in every aspect of it.
Cain chair | Minimalissimo.
On display at Ventura Lambrata’s „Poetry Happens“ this Hemp chair by Berlin, Germany, and Singapore based Werner Aisslinger:
A monobloc chair made of natural fibers – a project supported by the German chemical company BASF.
The Hemp Chair has been designed for a lightweight manufacturing process stemming from the car industry: the renewable raw materials hemp and kenaf are compressed with a water-based thermoset binder to form an eco-friendly, lightweight and yet strong composite.
Hemp Chair by Werner Aisslinger – Milan 2011 (23) — Chair Blog.