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hazukashi house/alts design office
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hazukashi house/alts design office

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Fiat 500

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Fiat 500

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New York ca.1900-10 
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New York ca.1900-10 

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Chaise-longue de varilla de hierro aire Tejido de mimbre porción Clara Porset. Exhibido en “El Arte en la Vida Diaria” en la Cuidad Univeritaria. 1952 
Foto. Lola Álvarez Bravo
Hierro y el tejido sillón de mimbre por Clara Porset. Se muestra como parte del “arte en la vida cotidiana”, exposición, Ciudad de México. 1952

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Chaise-longue de varilla de hierro aire Tejido de mimbre porción Clara Porset. Exhibido en “El Arte en la Vida Diaria” en la Cuidad Univeritaria. 1952 

Foto. Lola Álvarez Bravo

Hierro y el tejido sillón de mimbre por Clara Porset. Se muestra como parte del “arte en la vida cotidiana”, exposición, Ciudad de México. 1952

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"The Navajo do not have separate words to refer to religion and science. Instead, they have a single concept they call ‘the sacred depths of nature’ which encompasses their beliefs about the natural world." —Dr. Fred Begay, Navajo Physicist

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"The Navajo do not have separate words to refer to religion and science. Instead, they have a single concept they call ‘the sacred depths of nature’ which encompasses their beliefs about the natural world."

—Dr. Fred Begay, Navajo Physicist

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Iran
Christopher Domakis

mpdrolet:

Iran

Christopher Domakis

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