Views:984|Rating:4.29|View Time:3:41Minutes|Likes:12|Dislikes:2 Name: Lauren Wells and Breeze Braunschweig
Location: St. Roch — New Orleans, Louisiana
Size: 1,600 square feet
Years lived in: 6 months; Owned
Lauren and Breeze are the kind of friends who only need each another to have a good time. On a Saturday afternoon in late November, the women, sitting together on a church pew in Breeze’s living room, are laughing so hard over inside jokes that Lauren has her hand over her mouth because she just can’t stop laughing. “I’m sorry,” she says, wiping tears from the corners of her eyes as she composes herself for a moment, then bursts into a fit of laughter again.
Views:41704|Rating:4.59|View Time:5:23Minutes|Likes:269|Dislikes:24 Renderings of the new St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church designed by Santiago Calatrava, which will overlook the 9/11 Memorial, in a video provided by his architecture firm. Photo: Santiago Calatrava
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Views:10949|Rating:5.00|View Time:2:2Minutes|Likes:47|Dislikes:0 Architectural Design Houston. With Pete Ed Garrett as the Partner-in-Charge and Project Designer, Studio RED designed three new buildings for the church’s campus. In alignment with the church’s goal of making the campus a more desirable place for young families and friends to spend their time, there are several spaces within the buildings targeted to young people.
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Views:424|Rating:5.00|View Time:2:18Minutes|Likes:2|Dislikes:0 Northeast Event Design provided DJ and lightscaping services for Travis and Kayla’s wedding held on June 2, 2012 at Camp Jordan in Ellsworth, Maine. Visit www.northeasteventdesign.com for addition information on booking our services.
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Views:152633|Rating:4.85|View Time:24:42Minutes|Likes:2175|Dislikes:66 The Atheist Experience 21.19 for May 14, 2017 with Matt Dillahunty and Jen Peeples.
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Views:464|Rating:4.17|View Time:4:13Minutes|Likes:15|Dislikes:3 Daniela and Emmanuel felt it was important to not only celebrate their love but also their families and their shared Christian faith. Their May nuptials started in a church she had spotted years before even meeting him, with her brother leading the service. Then the 30-person crowd gathered in a private wing of the Baltimore Museum of Art for a romantic reception.
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Views:6928|Rating:5.00|View Time:3:2Minutes|Likes:136|Dislikes:0 Gaby Moreno performs “Daydream by Design” at the Friends of Fundal benefit concert, live at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Durham, North Carolina. Filmed by Carter Fourqurean and Kevin Church, Produced by Carter Fourqurean. Special Thanks to Carson McKee, Daniela Madriz, Gaby Moreno, and Fiends of Fundal
Views:3676|Rating:5.00|View Time:6:9Minutes|Likes:69|Dislikes:0 We visited Florence AZ and filmed this promo video for St. Anthony’s Monastery showcasing their beautiful property that includes amazing landscapes, architecture and churches. We hope you enjoy watching the video as much as we enjoyed creating it. Check out more at
Views:2406|Rating:5.00|View Time:3:14Minutes|Likes:8|Dislikes:0 We had the privilege of assisting the City of Chesapeake’s fire and rescue staff today in assessing the damages of yesterday’s tornado’s that touched down in several places across southeastern Virginia. Here are some shots from around the city of Chesapeake VA – luckily we have not heard of anyone who was hurt by the storm but the property damage is quite evident in these shots. Thanks to all the fire and rescue staff and communities who are pulling together to assist those in need and we are always honored to document and tell peoples story even under such grave circumstances.
Views:1823921|Rating:4.84|View Time:6:32Minutes|Likes:19901|Dislikes:644 In this video we explore and learn how to use shipping containers as strong, durable and mobile building blocks to create amazing structures of all kinds, like a house, addition, office space, or cabin; and we feature a few stunning projects to get you inspired!
Anthony Ruggiero from Storstac Inc. ( showed us around their yard in Toronto, Ontario and took the time to teach us about the ins and outs of building with shipping containers. We’re excited to share the tips and information we learned with you.
Shipping containers come in standard 20 foot and 40 foot lengths, and there are other specialty custom sizes like the 10′, 45′, 48′, 53′ long containers.
Almost all shipping containers are made in China, and can be bought used (after they’ve been used for 10-20 years), or new, which means they’ve one been used once.
Since there are no shipping manifests for used containers to show what was transported in them over the course of their lifetime (it could be anything from clothes to nuclear waste), it’s better to build with a new shipping container that’s only been used once.
They’re made with COR-TEN steel, which is a weathering steel that can withstand harsh weather conditions and elements like salt water because the rust on weathering steel creates a protective patina to keep it strong, whereas rust on mild steel would actually weaken the metal.
While building with shipping containers is not necessarily cheaper than conventional building, it does have advantages because the containers are modular, movable and mobile, durable, and have a unique, modern look.
They can be do it yourself friendly if you’ve worked with steel before, or if you find a company to take care of the steel work for you so you can focus on how to frame it and finish it from the inside.
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