Design archive for 2011-03-28

Ed Roberts Campus / Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects

(8 years ago)
Commemorating the life of an international leader and educator in the disability rights movement, the Ed Roberts Campus recently opened in Berkeley. When Ed Roberts founded Berkeley’s Center for Independent Living (CIL) in 1972, it was the world’s first…

Housing Proposal for Design Against the Elements / Triple O Studio

(8 years ago)
This housing project proposal for Design Against the Elements comes from Triple O Studio in India. It reflects on the scales of the contextual architecture by providing radical innovations in building methods, yet retaining a sensitivity to the context…

Burgo Tower / Eduardo Souto de Moura

(8 years ago)
Portuguese architectural photographer Fernando Guerra FG + SG shared with us a photo set of the Burgo Tower (2007), designed by the 2011 Pritzker laureate Eduardo Souto de Moura.The building, located in Porto, was described by the Pirtzker jury as…

Istanbul Edition Hotel Spa / Hirsch Bedner Associates

(8 years ago)
Architects: Hirsch Bedner Associates Location: Istanbul, Turkey Project Year: 2011 Photographs: Ken HaydenThe designDark materials include rich metallic woods, embossed bronze floors, walls upholstered in exquisite horsehair.There are very few straight walls or corridors in guest…

Eduardo Souto de Moura / Casa da Musica Subway Station

(8 years ago)
Portuguese architectural photographer Fernando Guerra FG + SG has shared with us some photos of the Casa da Musica subway station designed by the 2011 Pritzker Laureate Eduardo Souto de Moura for the city of Porto, his hometown, right…

Brick A Back House / Architecture Republic

(8 years ago)
Architects: Architecture Republic Location: Dublin, Ireland Project area: 42 sqm Project year: 2010 Photographs: Paul Tierney PhotographyA redbrick terrace in Irishtown is folded in on itself to open a space for living.On passing though the brick wall…

2011 Pritzker Prize: Eduardo Souto de Moura

(8 years ago)
Today, the Pritzker Prize laureate has been announced: Portuguese architect Eduardo Souto de Moura.The 58-year-old architect based in Porto worked on his earlier years at Alvaro Siza’s office, another Pritzker Laureate (1992), and opened his own practice in 1980.…

Happy Birthday Mies!

(8 years ago)
Today the architecture world is celebrating Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s 125th birthday. To mark this day, the Mies van der Rohe Society is celebrating with cocktails, student exhibits and a brief presentation on collecting the master’s work. If…

China’s Mega City

(8 years ago)
China has plans in the works to develop the largest city worldwide.  The proposed ‘Turn the Pearl River Delta Into One’ master plan will merge nine cities creating a metropolis with a population of approximately 42 million people.Integrating what is considered as China’s manufacturing…

‘Ideas on Edge’ Competition

(8 years ago)
Parramatta City Council is officially on the hunt for the boldest, most innovative and creative thinkers to present their vision for an iconic site along the scenic Parramatta River foreshore as part of an international ideas competition, ‘Ideas on…

California Wine Country Weekend Retreat Remodel

(8 years ago)
Schneider Design Associates in collaboration with Jean Larrette Interior Design completed a remodel on this house in St. Helena, California. . Project Description: The clients for this home originally approached SDA for a Kitchen remodel and Master Bedroom addition. During the design process they decided what they really wanted was a contemporary home that would [...]

Eduardo Souto de Moura wins Pritzker Prize

(8 years ago)
Dezeenwire: Portuguese architect Eduardo Souto de Moura is the 2001 Pritkzer Prize laureate, the prize organisers have confirmed after details of the winner were leaked ahead of schedule. Read the full announcement below: (more…)

Burgo Tower / Eduardo Souto de Moura

(8 years ago)
Portuguese architectural photographer Fernando Guerra FG + SG shared with us a photo set of the Burgo Tower (2007), designed by the 2011 Pritzker laureate Eduardo Souto de Moura.The building, located in Porto, was described by the Pirtzker jury as…

Istanbul Edition Hotel Spa / Hirsch Bedner Associates

(8 years ago)
Architects: Hirsch Bedner Associates Location: Istanbul, Turkey Project Year: 2011 Photographs: Ken HaydenThe designDark materials include rich metallic woods, embossed bronze floors, walls upholstered in exquisite horsehair.There are very few straight walls or corridors in guest…

Eduardo Souto de Moura / Casa da Musica Subway Station

(8 years ago)
Portuguese architectural photographer Fernando Guerra FG + SG has shared with us some photos of the Casa da Musica subway station designed by the 2011 Pritzker Laureate Eduardo Souto de Moura for the city of Porto, his hometown, right…

Deeplocal/NatGeo Mission Expedition

(8 years ago)
In a TV near you, there is an upcoming TV show, National Geographic Expedition Week. Far, far away in a room… there is a tiny train track - that goes through the Himalayas, London, Ancient Rome, and Papa New Guinea… and on this track, is a tiny train… with a tiny camera. A camera that YOU control through the internet. And when you find artifacts while driving this tiny far away train… you can take pictures. Then a person in the far away room with the tiny train looks at your picture, and decides if you found something. And he tells you through the internet, and if you DID… he pulls a REAL life-sized artifact off the shelf, and packages it up, and it appears on your REAL doorstep. Where you might be sitting on the couch, watching National Geographic Expedition Week.PHEW ~ did you follow that? so that’s… digital - physical - digital - physical - digital - physical - digital? How many layers of real world/digital interaction is that? I love Deeplocal. Oh, and if you do win a real world artifact, and then proceed to photograph it, and feed it back to the internet… bonus interaction layers? So, to recap, National Geographic Channel and Deeplocal, the team behind GAP’s Project Reindeer, have teamed up to create

Fatto A Mano: Rowan Mersh + Fendi at Harrods

(8 years ago)
Photo credit: Tom SwainOn more awesome London window discoveries, Justine has been working on this post all week ~ but we got a bit distracted while running around in Paris!“The craftsman’s heart rate will be monitored while he works and transferred to a computer, which will in turn convert the data into commands for a sewing machine.” Interactive installation art from Fendi over at Harrods! I spotted these gorgeous windows at Harrods and was intrigued by the intricate leatherwork and prominently featured machinery. While many of Harrods’ other windows are under construction, window number five features the work of British artist-designer Rowan Mersh and artisan Cyril Letellier. The collaborative performance and is a part of Fendi’s global project, ‘Fatto A Mano’, which translates to hand made. From leather to heart rate to machine to more machines… the out put is a fascinating sculptural form of sorts… see it all in action on the next page!TO PAGE 2 of "Fatto A Mano: Rowan Mersh + Fendi at Harrods"! -----> (Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

Sun Stalking: Jetlagged Sunrise

(8 years ago)
Hello, jetlag! Europe back to LA is always a rough one… this one had me up around 4am unable to sleep… so while cooking breakfast, reading magazines, catching up on the internet, and looking for other jetlagged/insomniacs on twitter… the idea of Sun Stalking came up to give purpose to this eerie morning hour… found a few others who were up on this time zone in the dark too, and took some pics of the sunrise!!! Take a peek at my sunrise (many from the view of my skateboard swing)… and also some fun silverlake shots from @meganwest, and i’ll add more if others come in too! See what we’ve got so far on the next page…Oooh ~ just added, some amazing pics from @Tornadoliese at the Colorado Street Bridge…p.s.if you’re into the idea ~ maybe we should start regular sunrise/sunset rituals! It’s just a nice way to force yourself to notice the passing of time, and the beauty of each revolution of the earth…TO PAGE 2 of "Sun Stalking: Jetlagged Sunrise "! -----> (Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

Audrey Kawasaki: She Entwined

(8 years ago)
Just came home to Audrey Kawasaki’s “She Entwined” print ~ and it’s stunning! In her usual delicately innocent and suggestive (ok, this one is more suggestive than some) style ~ with her girls coming out of the wood ~ it looks gorgeous in the frame! I gave in to one this one at one of her flash print sales a month ago (seriously, they disappear in less than a minute it feels like!) ~ and ended up with lucky #13 out of 300. Take a peek at some of the details up close on the next page…TO PAGE 2 of "Audrey Kawasaki: She Entwined"! -----> (Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

Guy Limone at Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin

(8 years ago)
It was fascinating to see Guy Limone’s work up close at Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin… and the way people interact with it. The Parisian artist’s works are often made of miniature plastic figurines strung in long ceiling to floor length strands as statistical visualizations (taking infographics to a whole new level), two of which i encountered when wandering the gallery ~ and others are figurines spreading across a table/etc… what’s most fascinating when encountering them with no context or explanation, are the details! The bizarre situations/characters these figurines are in… from farmers to scuba divers, pigs to horses, police men and shopping carts and so much more… they also make awesome shadows! Take a look at some details at two strands i was mesmerized with on the next page!TO PAGE 2 of "Guy Limone at Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin"! -----> (Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

Tasteologie + Liqurious Roundup

(8 years ago)
A roundup of the most beautiful and delectable from Tasteologie and Liqurious. To find out more about each post, click on its individual image.(Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

Le Royal Monceau: The Room

(8 years ago)
Ok, first you got a kaleidoscopic tour of the bathroom at my room here in Le Royal Monceau, Paris. Well, are you ready to see room #620 that goes with it? From the faces in the sheets… to the mind boggling parisian map on the desk… to the silver on the outside, pink on the inside “good” vs “bad” mirrored minibar… to the guitar in the corner… tv hidden behind the one way mirror… and the Royal Monceau Pizza from room service with Iberico, mmmm… art on all the walls… there is so much care taken in each and every detail of the room… take a peek at the pics on the next page to soak it all in!TO PAGE 2 of "Le Royal Monceau: The Room"! -----> (Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

Le Royal Monceau Bathroom

(8 years ago)
For my final night in Paris, popped into the newly redone Le Royal Monceau… and it is an understatement when they say this luxurious hotel designed by Starck is meant to embrace and inspire artists… my head couldn’t stop spinning from the moment i checked in with all of the tiny visual details and surprises tucked EVERYWHERE! (Yet somehow it still pulls of a beyond 5 star luxury lusciousness…) So as i curl up jetlagged from a non stop week into the ridiculously comfortable bed (details to come on that) ~ and while you could probably sit in me in a corner of the hotel with my camera and multiple inspired posts would appear… let’s start with the bathroom. A wonderland of mirrors… fun amenities… an inviting tub…. AND there are vintage swimmers in black and white hidden behind the mirror! As well as a silver lobster over the loo… Don’t believe me? Check it out on the next page!TO PAGE 2 of "Le Royal Monceau Bathroom"! -----> (Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

Petite Lap Giraffes

(8 years ago)
Petite Lap Giraffes! They have their own website!!! If you follow my silliness on twitter / Life.NOTCOT, you’ve probably noticed my post way back when i couldn’t resist screenshotting the DirecTV ad with the creepy russian and his adorable teeny tiny giraffe! Well, DirecTV, has given them their own website, complete with “giraffe cam”! Petite Lap Giraffes!!! Take a peek at some screenshots and also the two DirecTV ads on the next page!TO PAGE 2 of "Petite Lap Giraffes"! -----> (Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

NotVentures Roundup

(8 years ago)
It’s Friday! Where will you be getting away to? Running through Bordeaux? Enjoying the local delicacies in Hong Kong Or walking through a New Zealand glacier? This week has been full of inspiration from NotVentures and here are just a few posts to arouse your wanderlust. To find out more about each destination, click on its individual image.(Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

PERRIER-JOUËT: 200th Anniversary Party

(8 years ago)
This weekend ~ to kick off spring and celebrate the 200th Anniversary of Boutique champagne house, Perrier-Jouët, they brought 200 people from around the globe to the Ecole des Beaux-Arts… what a beautiful space! Skip the red carpet for a Perrier-Jouët grassy green path… and upon entering, you encounter a mysterious box popped up in the center of the cavernous space covered in projections… and surrounded by flowing bubbly and black and white old hollywood glam Harcourt Studio photos specially commissioned for the gala showing important people and someone they are passing their legacy to, and the Daniel Arsham limited edition piece to go with this concept. The surroundings were surreal to say the least, you must see a video on the next page of the projections from within, as well as all the lovely details!TO PAGE 2 of "PERRIER-JOUËT: 200th Anniversary Party"! -----> (Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

ESPA Spa: Istanbul EDITION hotel

(8 years ago)
A fun mix of materials and geometric, multifaceted textures… the ESPA Spa: Istanbul EDITION Hotel. Designed by Hirsch Bedner Associates, it is “inspired largely by Turkish traditions, with design elements that echo the Hammam customs and atmospheric elements of Istanbul” to create a contemporary, luxurious space filled with embossed bronze floors, chocolate brown marble, cast bronze sinks, walls of crystals, horsehair walls, mirrored glass tiles, and more. Almost an intentional aversion to straight lines, paths and corridors lead you through kinks everywhere, creating a mysterious effect as you explore the unknown relaxation space… Take a peek at some of the design sketches before, and a peek at the newly realized Espa on the next page!TO PAGE 2 of "ESPA Spa: Istanbul EDITION hotel"! -----> (Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

PERRIER JOUËT: Into the Caves

(8 years ago)
There’s something so refreshingly lovely about the champagne region of France. Is it the air? The people? The stunning champagne houses and the lifestyles inspired by champagne over the centuries? And there’s something particularly magical about the chalky caves below the area that millions of bottles of champagne are hiding in awaiting their time… While some say, once you’ve seen one you’ve seen them all… Perrier Jouët’s is particularly visually enticing… those signature belle epoque flowered bottles (and with their pastel green bottle caps during the process) just pop so beautifully, breathing life into the otherwise damp colorless chalky caves. SO take a peek into the cellars with me on the next page!TO PAGE 2 of "PERRIER JOUËT: Into the Caves"! -----> (Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

Notcouture Roundup

(8 years ago)
A fashion roundup from Notcouture. To find out more about each post, click on its individual image.(Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

Sponsored: NOTCOT on PopPressed

(8 years ago)
We’re excited to announce being part of a new Wordpress project, PopPressed, featuring daily arts and style coverage from around the web (including NOTCOT!). The collaboration between the blogging platform and our ad folks, Federated Media, promises “the freshest in culture” across photos and features. It’s presented and supported by Lexus’ new CT Hybrid. You can follow PopPressed on Twitter and Facebook and send along your own concepts for coverage.(Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

PERRIER JOUËT: Vintage Safe

(8 years ago)
So many experiences and pictures i’m dying to share with you about adventures with Perrier Jouët from the last few days, but a full day without WeeeFeee (wifi sounds like that in french! i love it!) and i’m in slight withdrawl, so silly, fun posts first! Yesterday while explore the caves in Epernay, we ended the tour of where the champagne is stored in the beautiful new vault of a room to house the special 100 magnums of ‘98 waiting to be “passed on” as part of the limited edition collaboration series with Daniel Arsham, but more on that later. For now… you HAVE to see this amazing vintage safe they moved from their main offices into the space to hold the certificates for the bottle holders… the 4 dials have alphabets on them! And the key holes are covered by fire breathing dragons! And when it opens, the doors are even thicker than they appear! OH, and the KEY… it looks like a rocket launcher… absolutely amazing! So take a peek at all the details on the next page!TO PAGE 2 of "PERRIER JOUËT: Vintage Safe"! -----> (Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

NOTCOT.org Roundup

(8 years ago)
Stunning roundup of a fabulous week at NOTCOT.org. This week we’ve seen slides instead of stairs, book sculpture portriats, high end foosball tables and so much more. To find out more about each post, click on its individual link.(Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

Lift, Maurizio Cattelan

(8 years ago)
Teeny tiny elevators… which of course open and close and make all the corresponding noises… except actually moving up and down. (Though i’m still secretly hoping, if you put something inside one, it disappears, or pops out in the other.) Discovered the Liliputian “Lift” by Maurizio Cattelan while checking out the legendary Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin in Paris. See more pics of it on the next page!TO PAGE 2 of "Lift, Maurizio Cattelan"! -----> (Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

Six Senses Spa, Paris

(8 years ago)
This post is part of a NOTCOT series on inspiring, independent design thinking, brought to you by Saab. At Saab, we believe in independent thinking. It’s in everything we do. Learn more here.From surreal bent wood cocoons, to augmented reality projections on the screens outside the pod windows showing you real time views of the Eiffel Tower… even though you are UNDERGROUND… to a stunning living wall… the Six Senses Spa Paris is transformative on so many levels. Oh! And it even has its own secret elevator from the Westin, Place Vendome, for tose who wish to drop down to their subterranean oasis without stepping foot outside. The interior is designed by French architect Pierre David, integrating the elements of light, wood, stone and earth. The vertical garden that greets you as you enter from street level is created by landscape artist Patrick Blanc. The combination of greenery, gorgeous eco-centric design, and technology had me visually inspired as it was… combine one of the most diving massages, and it was hard to leave the cocooned underground haven… if only there were bird’s eye view looks at the Eiffel Tower projected BELOW your head when face down looking through the massage table hole… i kept being tempted to peek to stare at the projected views outside my pod window! See pictures of this Six Senses oasis on the next page!TO PAGE 2 of "Six Senses Spa, Paris"! -----> (Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com +[..]

Not your average Power Tools

(8 years ago)
This post is brought to you by Lowe’s, and is the brainchild of NOTCOT. Find inspiration and encouragement as you plan, begin and complete do-it-yourself projects at Lowe’s Home 101. Since Lowe’s gave us an excuse to dive deeper and explore the world of home makeovers, remods, etc ~ we decided to kick it off by exploring the designer side of power tools! Thing we want, things to come, things i can’t imagine life without! And these certainly aren’t your usual power drills, sanders, saws and more… and to spice things up, have you ever thought of using your power tool as a regular instrument in your kitchen? Or in your bar? Or how about just to sharpen loads of pencils? Gorgeous, fun power tools await on the next page!TO PAGE 2 of "Not your average Power Tools"! -----> (Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

Perrier-Jouët: Westin Paris

(8 years ago)
So that plane i hopped on instead of checking out the skull engraved in a cube of uncut currency has landed me in Paris! At the Westin Paris… to celebrate Perrier-Jouët’s 200th Anniversary… greeted in the room by a lovely bottle of their Cuvée Belle Epoque Champagne in the signature Flower Bottle, invitation to tomorrows festivities, and a schedule for the next 3 days, which will take me from Paris, back to Epernay, to learn more about where it all came from. So first, a look at the bottle that awaited me, and the gorgeous graphic design on the invitation! After all… it’s a philosophie de vie… take a peek on the next page!TO PAGE 2 of "Perrier-Jouët: Westin Paris"! -----> (Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

Scott Campbell - Noblesse Oblige

(8 years ago)
Laser cut stacks of uncut money… into skull motifs… that is one QUICK way to grab my attention, and almost want to miss a flight to paris. Almost… thank goodness Linhchi was able to go check out the inaugural exhibition of the OH WOW Gallery, SCOTT CAMPBELL NOBLESSE OBLIGE. Scott Campbell has been much loved on NOTCOT over the years, from tattoo artist, to laser artist, to beautiful collaborations with laser cut leather for Louis Vuitton… and to my favorite, his work with laser cut stacks of uncut sheets of US currency. And this time there is even tattoo inspired art inside ostrich egg shells and burning images into stacks of money…Take a peek into the show and the lush green gallery on the next page!TO PAGE 2 of "Scott Campbell - Noblesse Oblige"! -----> (Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

Jumping Brain Hues in the Wild

(8 years ago)
I’ve always wanted one of Emilio Garcia’s Jumping Brains by Lapolab… remember the peek at the making-of the new Brain Hues? When i popped by The Toy Art Gallery to pick up Squadt ~ it was the Brain Hues launch day, and a few still remained… so i picked two up! Their pearlized finishes make them perfect to photograph in the sun out in the yard… So take a peek at my random little backyard photoshoot and the packaging/limited edition details!TO PAGE 2 of "Jumping Brain Hues in the Wild"! -----> (Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

NotVentures Roundup

(8 years ago)
Get your weekly travel inspiration from NotVentures. To find out more about each destination, click on its individual image.(Want more visual goodness? See NOTCOT.com + NOTCOT.org)

Morgans Hotels' Minibar For The Mind

(8 years ago)
While minibars are often used to numb/relax the mind ~ and some have stimulating energy boosters and/or “toys” for your pleasure now ~ i love the idea of adding some intellectual stimulation as well. In addition the The School of Life Daily Aphorism cards that Morgans Hotels leave on your pillow each night, they have also come up with the Minibar for the Mind, and what better place to test this than at the gorgeous Redwood Room at The Clift in San Francisco? Inviting a few friends to truly explore the “Conversation Starters” over martinis… before they even sat down, the Daily Aphorism cards got us talking ~ “I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by.” - Douglas Adams & my personal favorite “Between two evils, I always pick the one I haven’t tried before.” - Mae West. Words to live by, no? Inside each set, you’ll find: CONVERSATION STARTERS: A box set of 250 cards featuring questions, quotations and provocations to start tongues wagging. COLLECTED THOUGHTS: A volume of the best columns written by The School of Life’s faculty and friends. READING PRESCRIPTIONS: Two tailor-made reading prescriptions housed in corked test tubes, designed to evoke moods of relaxation or seduction. DREAMS & FEARS NOTEBOOK with WRITER’S BLOCK PENCIL SET: A notebook to write down your dreams and fears, and inspirational pencils to get you going. I think The School of Life and Morgans[..]

Silent Alarm Clock

(8 years ago)
Hate that nagging beeping sound that screams out from your alarm clock, especially on Monday morning? So did designer Johan Brengesjo. He decided to develop an alarm clock that wakes you up without sound. Instead, you wear a wireless rubber ring with an integrated vibration device that generates a tactile alarm. To snooze, simply shake [...]

Calypso Trading Company

(8 years ago)
Interesting set of products and packaging inspired by the age of nautical trading company by Erica Craig. More after the jump! 

Tensor

(8 years ago)
Supporting up to three person’s weight, it s light weight lines plays with the perceptions of rigid materials acting supposedly as flexible, str..

Good Co.

(8 years ago)
Designed by Landor | Country: Australia “o give the brand its voice, we took inspiration from the shops’ office-lobby locations and borrowed the corporate speak that a professional endures daily. The name we chose, Good Company Coffee, or Good Co. for short, is a dual play on the ideas of “being in good company” and [...]

Early Bird Registration Ends Friday!

(8 years ago)
Time is running out! Early Bird Registration to the first annual The Dieline Package Design Conference ends FRIDAY. Don't miss out on extra savings.Save $180 by registering now!The Dieline Package Design Conference: June 22-24, ChicagoThe Dieline Package Design Conference brings together the worldwide network of Dieliners and Package Design aficionados under one roof. From package designers of all levels, to tastemakers, to top industry experts, all connecting at sharing their passion for package design. Network with fellow package designers, be inspired and surrounded by the world's best package designs, and learn from some of the top innovators in the industry. With The Dieline Package Design Conference, the Package Design Resource Expo, and The Dieline Awards 2011, it is the must attend Package Design event of the year. Everything you love about The Dieline under one roof!

Why Knot Table by Kino Guérin

(8 years ago)
Kino Guérin is a Canadian designer who was showing this past week at the Architectural Digest Home Show. We’ve featured his work before. I popped into his booth to see what was new and fell in love with this table called “Why Knot.” Share This: Twitter | Facebook | Discover more great design by following [...]
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