grimmgreenindustries:

THE SEXY JAZZ CARTOPIPE

 i don’t believe this pipe was made from scratch, but with that said, it’s still a very nice modjob on an existing pipe. 

Classy, Sexy and comfortable, If you like using 510 cartoz ( it also comes with a KR808 option ) and are interested in having a Pipe styled mod, then the certainly check out the Jazz. It’s pricey, there is no doubt. so weight your options when deciding to buy something. 

thanks so much for watching everone
http://www.jazzcartopipe.com/

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I don’t vape but I’m thinking about getting into it and this is my top contender to get started.

decoarchitecture:

SIFF Cinema Egyptian, Seattle, Washingtonvia Seattle Times
I can’t resist a movie theater renovation story, and here’s a nice one out of Seattle.
From the Seattle Times: 

The newest chapter in the almost century-long Egyptian Theatre story begins this week. A former Masonic temple now owned by Seattle Central College, the ornate Capitol Hill single-screen movie palace closed its doors last year, when Landmark Theatres ended a 24-year occupancy. Now it has a new life: The Seattle International Film Festival — which made its home at the Egyptian [renamed SIFF Cinema Egyptian) back in the 1980s — has taken over the lease, and reopens its doors this weekend with a gala celebration…
…Though the Egyptian won’t look too different to the casual eye, SIFF has given it a face-lift for its new incarnation: new sound equipment (long a problem in the old Egyptian), new speakers and amplifiers, a restored 35mm projector along with digital projection equipment, electrical and heating/ventilation/air conditioning updates, a freshening-up of the concessions area (which now serves beer on tap, as well as wine), better lighting and paint touch-ups to the elaborate, Egyptian-themed décor.

decoarchitecture:

SIFF Cinema Egyptian, Seattle, Washington
via Seattle Times

I can’t resist a movie theater renovation story, and here’s a nice one out of Seattle.

From the Seattle Times:

The newest chapter in the almost century-long Egyptian Theatre story begins this week. A former Masonic temple now owned by Seattle Central College, the ornate Capitol Hill single-screen movie palace closed its doors last year, when Landmark Theatres ended a 24-year occupancy. Now it has a new life: The Seattle International Film Festival — which made its home at the Egyptian [renamed SIFF Cinema Egyptian) back in the 1980s — has taken over the lease, and reopens its doors this weekend with a gala celebration…

…Though the Egyptian won’t look too different to the casual eye, SIFF has given it a face-lift for its new incarnation: new sound equipment (long a problem in the old Egyptian), new speakers and amplifiers, a restored 35mm projector along with digital projection equipment, electrical and heating/ventilation/air conditioning updates, a freshening-up of the concessions area (which now serves beer on tap, as well as wine), better lighting and paint touch-ups to the elaborate, Egyptian-themed décor.

Reblogged from decoarchitecture

decoarchitecture:

Verizon Building, NYC, New Yorkvia Investors.com
From a business article on condo conversions. This is the lobby of a former telecommunications building in TriBeCa that is now super upscale condos. As a resident of a two condo conversions (first a historic bank building, then a former luxury office building), I approve, though maybe not of $2 million condos. -Wendy
From the article:

A decade ago, developers nationwide were busy snatching up apartment buildings and converting the units to condominiums to cash in on rapidly rising home prices supported by low interest rates and lax mortgage underwriting standards.The strategy still stands as a testament to the fervent homeownership boom, which ended abruptly — and messily — amid the financial crisis, the bursting of the housing price bubble and the collapse of the condo mortgage industry. The fallout largely led to foreclosures and bankruptcies, as developers were unable to unload the units.But now, with demand for residential ownership ratcheting up in major markets where the emphasis for years has been on apartment development, condo conversions are making a comeback.

decoarchitecture:

Verizon Building, NYC, New York
via Investors.com

From a business article on condo conversions. This is the lobby of a former telecommunications building in TriBeCa that is now super upscale condos. As a resident of a two condo conversions (first a historic bank building, then a former luxury office building), I approve, though maybe not of $2 million condos. -Wendy

From the article:

A decade ago, developers nationwide were busy snatching up apartment buildings and converting the units to condominiums to cash in on rapidly rising home prices supported by low interest rates and lax mortgage underwriting standards.

The strategy still stands as a testament to the fervent homeownership boom, which ended abruptly — and messily — amid the financial crisis, the bursting of the housing price bubble and the collapse of the condo mortgage industry. The fallout largely led to foreclosures and bankruptcies, as developers were unable to unload the units.

But now, with demand for residential ownership ratcheting up in major markets where the emphasis for years has been on apartment development, condo conversions are making a comeback.

Reblogged from artfuckingdeco