Kitchen Design Academy-News Gazette #145

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We welcome our new group of students starting tomorrow, we wish them all the best!

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Why is learning important?

  1. You can grow as a person, develop your knowledge base and improve yourself for the better.
  2. Learning something new gets us access to new and different opportunities and the chance to try new experiences that might be the best ones you have ever tried
  3. You could potentially earn more money in your work life from learning a new and appropriate skill or by developing one that links to the work you do. You’ll rejuvenate your working life and get so much more from it.
  4. Developing a new skill will influence the way you do things day to day and they will make doing things quicker and easier, saving time, energy and stress.
  5. Your brain chemistry changes.

The white matter in your brain is called myelin, and it helps improve performance on a number of tasks. The more people practice a new skill they are learning, the more dense the myelin in their brains becomes, which helps them learn even better.

 6. Your learning speed increases.

Learning a new skill helps you learn things faster over time. By stimulating neurons in the brain, more neural pathways are formed and electrical impulses travel faster across them as you attempt to process new information. The more pathways that are formed, the faster impulses can travel.

 7.You could stave off dementia.

People who learn a new skill are less likely to develop dementia, which has been linked to demyelination of your brain. People who actively learn new skills don’t give their brains a chance to demyelinate, and their neural pathways are ready for new impulses to travel along them.

Perhaps the most important reason of all though is this….

Learning something new will make you happier!

https://www.nataliesisson.com/11-benefits-learning-something-new/

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Friday, 29 March 2019 By Richard Misso

2019 DULUX Residential Interiors Finalists

2019 DULUX Residential Interiors finalists

This years finalists for Dulux Colour Awards, Residential Interiors have been announced following a record-breaking entries from Australian and New Zealand design professionals. After viewing the finalists there seems to be many shades of blue and greens that are dominating this sector, from azure through to dark navy – seen in cabinetry, trims through to feature walls. Meanwhile, greens ranging from soft sage to emerald have lost none of their appeal adding sophistication, character and a sense of quiet luxury. There has been a shift away from greys and cooler neutrals which have dominated interiors in previous years, with nature-based warm hues, such as beiges, terracotta and caramels coming to the fore.
The judging panel will select winners across the six categories, Commercial Interior, Public and Hospitality, Workplace, Retail, Commercial and Multi-Residential Exterior, Residential Interior, Single Residential Exterior and Student, with all category winners (excluding the Student category and New Zealand entrants), having the chance of taking home the Australian Grand Prix title and AUD $5,000. New Zealand entrants will have the chance of taking home the New Zealand
Grand Prix title and NZD $5,000. Winners of the 33rd Dulux Colour Awards will be announced at a gala event at the National Gallery of Victoria on 8 May 2019.

Click to view the full list of finalists.

Magnoliahouse Arent&Pyke

Caroline House by Kennedy Nolan. Photographer: Derek Swalwell

Caroline House by Kennedy Nolan. Photographer: Derek Swalwell

Caroline House by Kennedy Nolan. Photographer: Derek Swalwell

Blue Moon by Bayley Ward. Eve Wilson

Blue Moon by Bayley Ward. Eve Wilson

Blue Moon by Bayley Ward. Eve Wilson

Chelsea Hing Design

Chelsea Hing Design

Chelsea Hing Design

Ivanhoe Residence by Flack Studio.image Sharyn Cairns Caitlin Mills

Cleveland Rooftop by SJB. image Felix Forest

Cleveland Rooftop by SJB. image Felix Forest

Cleveland Rooftop by SJB. image Felix Forest

Centennial Park House by Madeleine Blachfield Architects. image Prue Ruscoe.

Lynne Bradley Interiors Wrixton House

Lynne Bradley Interiors Wrixton House

Lynne Bradley Interiors Wrixton House

Fitzroy Residence byKate Challis Interiors. Image Sharyn Cairns


http://designaddicts.com.au/platform/2019/03/29/2019-dulux-residential-interiors-finalists/?mc_cid=ea68ce1667&mc_eid=166d025e53
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Falper bagno 7.0

Falper bagno 7.0
Single wall-mounted acacia vanity unit with drawers EDGE | Wooden vanity unit by FALPER

https://www.archiproducts.com/newsletter/dossier/501362?uid=C3EECEDD005C4603A543B5ECFA058412

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