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Monday, 4th February 2013 at 10:20am
In need of inspiration or just an idea for your next holiday?
Inspirationfeed has listed some locations that will bring out the artistic side of anyone.
Their choices of the most inspiritional locations are:
- Antelope Canyon, Arizona
- Phi Phi Islands, Thailand
- Macchu Picchu, Peru
- Pamukkale, Turkey
We have to agree that these locations offer some stunning views and experiences. For more information on these amazing locations take a look at their post here.
Sunday, 1st July 2012 at 9:09pm
Thailand has launched a very thought provoking anti-smoking ad which points out the hypocrisy of smokers when approached by a child who asks them for a light.
Every smoker the child approached tried to persuade him not to smoke and how dangerous to his health it is.
The child finishes the stunt by handing the smoker a leaflet explaining their hypocrisy.
The ad received more than 960,000 views before being taken down but it has now reappeared again.
Please view it below and let us know what you think.
Agency: Ogilvy Thailand
Monday, 14th May 2012 at 8:58pm
The New W Hotel in Koh Samui is just stunning. In an amazing retreat round lounge spaces emerge from the water to create a spectacular place to relax.
The hotel overlooks the Gulf of Thailand and this beautiful escape was designed by MAPS Design studio as a collection of imagined spaces shaping a welcoming paradise.
See more of the New W Hotel on FresHome.
Wednesday, 9th May 2012 at 8:46pm
Saatchi & Saatchi Advertising in Thailand engaged Supermachine Studio to revamp their offices and have come up with a very creative space.
The brief was to enhance the social atmosphere within the space and encourage staff’s creativity and imagination. Everyday objects have been used throughout and the office has been separated into two zones: the creative zone and the managing zone.
Arch Daily reviews the space and says, 'The creative zone was designed to be open and bright where people can communicate broadly, share ideas and get inspired together as it was important for them to work as a family. On the other side, the managing zone has a darker tone atmosphere yet with colorful decorations in order to show that they too need excitement at work. In between, there lies a playful trophy wall and a bicycle wall for passer-by and facility zone with pink colored walls to create liveliness for the lifeless programs.'
Great fun and very inspiring - see more on Arch Daily.
Photographs © Wison Tungthunya