Обучение английскому языку с рождения . DVD . Wunderkind . Baby содержит 200 озвученных презентаций на английском языке (5000 слайдов) для детей от рождения до 8 лет на самые разнообразные и интересные темы. . Презентации разработаны с учетом принципов и методик раннего развития . Домана, . Монтессори и др. . Все презентации озвучены носителем британского английского языка. . Для вашего малыша просмотр красочных картинок превратится в любимое занятие и даст ему поистине энциклопедические знания об окружающем мире, позволит с пеленок освоить чтение и счет на английском. . Презентации помогут развить интеллект ребенка и сформировать у него фотографическую память. . Даже взрослые найдут здесь много полезного и познавательного для себя. . Вашему малышу обязательно придутся по душе живые звуки природы и музыкальных инструментов: рычание льва и пение птиц, шум водопада и звучание скрипки. . Каждый раздел разбит еще на разнообразные подтемы, к примеру, в разделе картины - 35 презентаций различных мастеров русской и мировой живописи. Список презентаций: . Shapes and colours. Verbs and adjectives. Birds and animals. Rants, mushrooms. Children, toys, entertainments. Art (artists and their masterpieces). Sculpture, architecture, compositors. Musical instruments and notes7 wonders of the world, sights. Alphabet, reading, basic mathematics. Clothes, footwear; jewellery, precious stones. Interior, furniture, docks. Street, locations. Objects, tools. Vegetables, fruits, berries, food. Geography, flags, money. Anatomy, man, professions. Technics, transport. Space, zodiac signs. Nature and landscapes. Ukraine, . Kiev. Spor
Artistic . Treasures from . Museums of . Moscow . The video film presents the art collection of major . Moscow museums, specimens of interior decoration, jewelry, armoury and other applied arts from the . Kremlinand . Ostankino museums and . Western . European art and sculpture from the . Pushkin . Museum of . Fine . Artsand . Tretyakov . Gallery. . . Architectural monuments of ancient . Moscow . Architectural monuments of . XIV- . XX centuries in . Moscow -the ensemble of the . Moscow. Kremlin, . Bolshoi . Theater, . St. Daniil, . Don and . Novodevichy . Monasteries, churches of . Ascention at . Kolomenskoye, . St. Trinity at . Nikitniki, . The . Veil at . Fili, estate palaces in . Kuskovo, . Ostankino, houses of . Art . Nouveau.
Prologue - . Interior . Of . The . Moot . Hall . Act . I, . Scene 1 - . A . Street . By . The . Sea . Act . I, . Scene 2 - . Interior . Of . A . Country . Pub, . The . Boar . Act . II, . Scene 1 - . The . Street . By . The . Sea . Act . II, . Scene 2 - . Peter . Grimess . Hut . Act . III - . The . Street . By . The . Sea
Track . List: 01. . Go! 02. . Interior . Lulu03. . Out . Of . This . World04. . Wrapped . Up . In . Time05. . The . Space 06. . Hard . As . Love07. . Quartz08. . If . My . Heart . Were . A . Ball09. . Its . Not . Your . Fault10. . Memory . Of . Water11. . This . Is . The 21st . Century12. . No . One . Can13. . Beautiful14. . This . Train . Is . My . Life15. . Youre . Gone16. 80 . Days17. . Gazpacho 18. . The . Answering . Machine19. . Estonia20. . Easter 21. . Three . Minute . Boy
Artistic . Treasures . From . Museums . Of . Moscow . The video film presents the art collection of major . Moscow museums, specimens of interior decoration, jewelry, armoury and other applied arts from the . Kremlin and . Ostankino museums and . Western . European art and sculpture from the . Pushkin . Museum of . Fine . Arts and . Tretyakov . Gallery. . Architectural . Monuments . Of . Ancient . Moscow. Architectural monuments of . XIV - . XX centuries in . Moscow - the ensemble of the . Moscow . Kremlin, . Bolshoi . Theater, . St. Daniil, . Don and . Novodevichy monasteries, churches of . Ascention at . Kolomenskoye, . St. Trinity at . Nikitniki, . The . Veil at . Fili, estate palaces in . Kuskovo, . Ostankino, houses of . Art . Nouveau.
Artistic . Treasures from . Museums of . Moscow . The video film presents the art collection of major . Moscow museums, specimens of interior decoration, jewelry, armoury and other applied arts from the . Kremlinand . Ostankino museums and . Western . European art and sculpture from the . Pushkin . Museum of . Fine . Artsand . Tretyakov . Gallery. . . Architectural monuments of ancient . Moscow . Architectural monuments of . XIV - . XX centuries in . Moscow - the ensemble of the . Moscow. Kremlin, . Bolshoi . Theater, . St. Daniil, . Don and . Novodevichy . Monasteries, churches of . Ascention at . Kolomenskoye, . St. Trinity at . Nikitniki, . The . Veil at . Fili, estate palaces in . Kuskovo, . Ostankino, houses of . Art . Nouveau.
Экстремально легкая модель шлема . Alpina . Snowmythos с прекрасными защитными свойствами. . Для тех, ищет недорогую модель с клеймом «. Сделано в . Германии». . Технологии: . INMOLD . TEC – технология соединения внутренней и внешней части шлема при помощи высокой температуры. . Данный метод делает соединение исключительно прочным, а сам шлем легким. . Такой метод соединения гораздо надежнее и безопаснее обычного склеивания. . CERAMIC – особая технология производства внешней оболочки шлема. . Используются легковесные материалы экстремально прочные и устойчивые к царапинам. . Возможно использование при сильном . УФ изучении, так же поверхность имеет антистатическое покрытие. . . RUN . SYSTEM – простая система настройки шлема, позволяющая добиться надежной фиксации. . AIRSTREAM . CONTROL – регулируемые воздушные клапана для полного контроля внутренней вентиляции. . REMOVABLE . EARPADS - съемные амбушюры добавляют чувства свободы во время катания в теплую погоду, не в ущерб безопасности. . При падении температуры, амбушюры легко устанавливаются обратно на шлем. . CHANGEABLE . INTERIOR – съемная внутренняя часть. . Допускается стирка в теплой мыльной воде. . NECKWARMER – дополнительное утепление шеи. . Изготовлено из мягкого флиса. 3. D . FIT – ремень, позволяющий регулироваться затылочную часть шлема. . Пять позиций позволят настроить идеальную посадку.
Экстремально легкая модель шлема . Alpina . Snowmythos с прекрасными защитными свойствами. . Для тех, ищет недорогую модель с клеймом «. Сделано в . Германии». . Технологии: INMOLD . TEC - технология соединения внутренней и внешней части шлема при помощи высокой температуры. . Данный метод делает соединение исключительно прочным, а сам шлем легким. . Такой метод соединения гораздо надежнее и безопаснее обычного склеивания. . CERAMIC - особая технология производства внешней оболочки шлема. . Используются легковесные материалы экстремально прочные и устойчивые к царапинам. . Возможно использование при сильном . УФ изучении, так же поверхность имеет антистатическое покрытие. . RUN . SYSTEM - простая система настройки шлема, позволяющая добиться надежной фиксации. . AIRSTREAM . CONTROL - регулируемые воздушные клапана для полного контроля внутренней вентиляции. . REMOVABLE . EARPADS - съемные амбушюры добавляют чувства свободы во время катания в теплую погоду, не в ущерб безопасности. . При падении температуры, амбушюры легко устанавливаются обратно на шлем. . CHANGEABLE . INTERIOR - съемная внутренняя часть. . Допускается стирка в теплой мыльной воде. . NECKWARMER - дополнительное утепление шеи. . Изготовлено из мягкого флиса. 3. D . FIT - ремень, позволяющий регулироваться затылочную часть шлема. . Пять позиций позволят настроить идеальную посадку.
Book . Description. Offices . Design. Source presents a comprehensive selection of offices that embody the current revolution in architecture and interior design. . The innovative spaces displayed here are characterized by flexible and dynamic floor plans that can be adapted to multiple purposes and functions, yet workers can still carry out their duties in comfort and with efficiency. . The spaces featured here range from large corporate buildings designed by architects such as . Frank . O. . Gehry and . Richard . Meier, smaller projects headed by recognized firms like . Claesson . Koivisto . Rune and . Klein . Dytham, to offices integrated into domestic spaces by talented young designers. . No matter what size space youre designing for, . Offices . Design. Source provides awealth of ideas to help you create the perfect office.
Tracing the career of . Koloman . Moser, one of the most influential figures in 20th-century design, this stunning book focuses on . Mosers accomplishments in the decorative arts. . During his short career, . Koloman . Moser became a towering figure in . Viennese culture. . His varied work in interior and graphic design, furniture, textiles, jewelry, metalwork, glass, and earthenware helped usher in the modern era. . This book surveys the entirety of . Mosers oeuvre. . It examines his work as a graphic designer and his involvement with the . Vienna . Secession, with special focus given to his role as an illustrator for the journal . Ver . Sacrum (Sacred . Spring). . Mosers forays into textile design and ceramic work are also introduced. . The book features his designs for the . Vienna . Secession, . Thonet . Brothers, and the . Mautner family, among others that characterize his early modern style. . The book also explores . Mosers seminal role as a founding member of the . Vienna . Workshops, along with architect . Josef . Hoffmann and patron . Fritz . Waerndorfer. . Included are many reproductions of . Mosers masterpieces, including the window of the . Steinhof . Chapel, his exhibition posters, postage stamps and currency, and elegant examples from his design portfolio, . The . Source.
An essential reference for collectors, dealers, scholars, and interior designers. . The furniture designs of . William . Morris, . C. R. Ashbee, and . Charles . Rennie . Mackintosh are even more popular and influential today than in their own lifetimes. . Other major nineteenth-century figures, such as . William . Burges and . Christopher . Dresser, who were once regarded as eccentric outsiders, are accepted now as great designers, and their work is avidly collected. . Jeremy . Coopers survey of this rich and rewarding chapter in the history of the decorative arts contains an astonishing range of photographs and drawings: nearly seven hundred illustrations, many of them in color, offer a uniquely comprehensive coverage of nineteenth-century furniture, from the . Gothic . Revival to . Art . Nouveau. . Every major designer is represented, and the choice of pictures includes a wealth of little-known furniture from private collections. . Rare contemporary photographs of . Victorian and . Edwardian interiors show how the furniture formed part of complete decorative ensembles. . Jeremy . Cooper, a well-known dealer and an expert in this field, has written extensive commentaries on the illustrations as well as a text that provides the essential background. 683 illustrations, 74 in color.
Swahili . Chic unveils an exotic approach to gracious living, from a 2,000-year-old culture rich in beauty and sophistication. . Swahili . Chic happens where the coral atoll islands of . East . Africa meet the warm . Trade . Winds of the . Indian . Ocean, mingling the scents of fragrant cloves and tropical flowers in a land where . African kings, . Arabian sultans, . Chinese sailors, . American whalers and . French pirates met to trade jewels, spices and colourful fabrics. . And, best of all, . Swahili . Chic can be achieved anywhere in the world! . In this gloriously illustrated book, the globe-trotting style expert . Bibi . Jordan introduces . Swahili shule - the . Swahili school of design, architecture and graceful living that instils a sense of simplicity, sensuality and spirituality into any interior. . Swahili . Chic features the astonishing coral palaces and historic travellers inns of . UNESCO . World . Heritage . Sites . Lamu and . Zanzibar, as well as romantic seaside cottages and the eco-adventure resorts of . Mombasa and . Malindi. . Each chapter details the regions rich past, with fascinating facts about . African culture and history, and highlights the most intriguing and inspirational aspects of the local decor, making this an ideal book for both the armchair traveller and the peripatetic adventurer as well as decorating devotees. . In the final section, . Bibi offers her inimitably chic assistance in integrating aspects of . Swahili . Chic into any decor, bringing the beauty, colour and grace of this timeless culture to the modern home, wherever in the world it may be. . Формат: 24 см x 28,5 см.
. Girls, . Gags and . Giggles ran publisher . Robert . Harrisons recipe for dishing up pin-up to the . American male. . Men loved his tasty dishes, a mixture of strippers and starlets dressed in outfits so fetishistic no one noticed they were never nude. . While other magazines delivered the girl next door, . Harrisons publications banked on bad girls in satin and leather, fishnet stockings, and six-inch heels performing slapstick stunts straight from the burlesque stage. Harrison lured his readers in with vibrantly painted covers by top pin-up artists . Earl . Moran, . Billy . De. Vorss and, most famously, . Peter . Driben. . This . Bibliotheca . Universalis edition celebrates this eye-catching candy with every single cover from . Beauty . Parade, . Wink, . Titter, . Eyeful, . Flirt, and . Whisper from 1942 to 1955, as well as interior spreads, featuring, among others, a budding . Bettie . Page. . In an age when far more graphic material is the norm, 1000 . Pin-. Up . Girls celebrates an era of pin-up and pulp style to fuel your erotic imagination.
The content of the book has been divided into the five categories of food, fashion, beauty, living and outside . Tokyo. . For each shop, we show images of its exterior and interior decor, and graphic applications such as shop cards, shopping bags, direct mail and menus, to give the reader a sense of the look and feel of the shops visual touchpoints and in-store atmosphere.
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In 1832 looking to gather images and information about native . Americans and their customs, . Maximillian . Prince of . Wied travelled with . Swiss painter . Karl . Bodmer across . North . America; . Wieds travel experiences were published in 1840, his text printed in two volumes and 81 of . Bodmers illustrations were published as a portfolio. ; . Reprinted from a splendid hand - coloured copy of the publication still owned by the . Wied family, . Travels in the . Interior of . North . America is the first book to reproduce a complete original colour version. . Focussing on many details in each plate, in depth text serves as a key to the customs, clothes and tools of the native . Americans, including well-known figures, such as, . Mato-. Tope.
From . Francesc . Zamora . Mola, one of the international design worlds most skilled and perceptive interior designers, . Affordable . Exhibition . Design is a one-of-a-kind guide to imaginative, practical, and crucially budget-friendly exhibition design from around the world. . A design editor at . LYMNE and the creative force behind acclaimed titles like . New . Small . Spaces and . The . Art of . Landscape . Architecture, . Zola now provides an invaluable reference book for effective and cost-friendly solutions in display architecture.
Simplify, . Connect, . Expand. . These principles, each fundamental to the practice of design, provide the framework for interior designer . Vicente . Wolfs engaging new book. . Wolf is famous for his modern and elegant style, always guided by integrity and simplicity. . Lifting the . Curtain on . Design delves into his selected themes from myriad viewpoints: through the prism of international travel, via the detailed focus on a single project, and finally by means of the sweeping perspective of a seasoned design mind. . Wolf, an inveterate voyager, leaves his . New . York studio once a year to immerse himself in the culture of a distant land. . In this volume, illustrated entirely with his own photographs, he recounts a trip to . Namibia: with its sand dunes and sunsets, this southern . African country is a landscape that has been reduced to its essence. . A journey to . Papua . New . Guinea makes clear the connections between cultures, as well as the connections that may be fostered through skilled design. . And . Bhutan is a lesson in expanding horizons and experiences. . It is in . Wolfs design that the essence of his three principles, suggested in his travels, is fully illuminated. . In a step-by-step account of two recent interiors-a traditional apartment and an open loft-. Wolf describes his initial design process, the various phases of construction, the expert selection of color palettes and furniture, and the final installation of art and decorative objects. . He also explains the development of the dramatic tablescapes for which he is so well known, which balance style, form, and color with humor and ease. . Finally, a dazzling presentation of . Wolfs current projects touches on grand design gestures and minute yet indispensable details. . Lifting the . Curtain on . Design offers a glimpse into the mind of the designer at work, from inspiration through implementation to unforgettable finished room.
In . July 1838 work began in the . Moscow . Kremlin on the reconstruction of the . Russian emperors residence. . The old palace, designed by . Bartolomeo . Rastrelli in the 18th century, was now too small and not in keeping with current tastes or ideas of beauty and comfort. . Restored in haste after the fire of . Moscow in 1812, the building was now very dilapidated. . All this prompted . Emperor . Nicholas . I to build a new palace that was fitting and in keeping with the countrys first capital. . Nicholas entrusted the supervision of the building to . Konstantin . Andreyevich . Ton, charging him with . . special responsibility for the stability of the foundations and vaulting and a system of safe heating . . . . The emperor himself examined and approved all the details of the project. . The construction and decoration of the palace took almost twelve years, from 1838 to 1849. . Apart from . Ton, the following . Moscow architects took part in the work; . F. F. Rikhter, . N. I. Chichagov, . PA. Gerasimov, . V. A. Bakarev and others. . Konstantin . Ton was in charge of the design; detailed drawings of all the main halls were made by . I. P. Kaminsky; the moulding, interior decoration of the chambers and design of the furniture and doors were mostly the work of . N. I. Chichagov who, according to contemporaries, . . was renowned for a special refinement of taste; and the estimates were prepared by . V. A. Bakarev.
On . Being . Blue is a book about everything blue - sex and sleaze and sadness, among other things - and about everything else. . It brings us the world in a word as only . William . H. Gass, among contemporary . American writers, can do. . Gass writes: . Of the colors, blue and green have the greatest emotional range. . Sad reds and melancholy yellows are difficult to turn up. . Among the ancient elements, blue occurs everywhere: in ice and water, in the flame as purely as in the flower, overhead and inside caves, covering fruit and oozing out of clay. . Although green enlivens the earth and mixes in the ocean, and we find it, copperish, in fire; green air, green skies, are rare. . Gray and brown are widely distributed, but there are no joyful swatches of either, or any of exuberant black, sullen pink, or acquiescent orange. . Blue is therefore most suitable as the color of interior life. . Whether slick light sharp high bright thin quick sour new and cool or low deep sweet dark soft slow smooth heavy old and warm: blue moves easily among them all, and all profoundly qualify our states of feeling.
Malene . Birger is the epitome of creativity, timelessness, and eclectic style. . Whether as a fashion designer and founder of her brands--the latest being . By . Malene . Birger--or as an interior designer, until now only expressed in her own homes and offices--. Birgers love for uncompromising design and traditional craftsmanship is in evidence everywhere. . In her newest book, . Move and . Work, this self-proclaimed nomad, who searches around the world for inspiration, grants an exciting insight into her three homes that amaze with their limitless wealth of design ideas. . She additionally provides an exclusive preview of her new showroom in . Copenhagen for her design and interiors firm . Birger1962. . This creative studio is dedicated to design, interiors, and art and provides others with a source of inspiration on how to redecorate and rearrange their own homes and spaces. . Thanks to numerous personal and professional moves, . Malene . Birger is the best example of how to create new environments using ones existing furniture while moving forward and adding new expressions. . Her houses are a perfect mix of old and new, craftsmanship, modernity, art, and influences from other cultures. . Malene . Birger lived in . Mallorca for 6 years and moved to . London in 2013, where she is now personally and professionally based.