via Luxembourg Becomes First Country to Make All Public Transit Free | ArchDaily
So this is good news on Blue Monday. It can be done. Trying to move reduction in carbon footprint for an entire, even though small, country. All it takes is political willpower, I imagine.
Really also an alternative for a small country like ourselves, I expect. Must look into if this has even been contemplated in NL and why it has not yet been materialized.
@healthvalley #interreg #vr4rehab #project #pixlr
On our way to UK. Will we be able to leave again on Thursday? OMG. Anyway. Heading to Teesside University to work on new solutions for rehabilitation.
…a beautiful tiny holiday home a day….
via Tiny Holiday Home / i29 interior architects + Chris Collaris | ArchDaily
What I particularly like about this building is that is modular. Put together as a kind of building blocks and still has the relevant comfort of enough living space for two.
The plot of 55m2 offers a building with 75m2 living space. Very nice dimensions.
…a beautiful ‘building in nature’ a day keeps the doctor away…
Is now taking literally with this Outdoor Care Retreat in Norway. What a beautiful way to add something to the way you can take care of your patients…
© Ivar Kvaal Architects: Snøhetta Location: Sognsvannsveien 20, 0372 Oslo, Norway Area: 35.0 m2 Project Year: 2018 Photographs: Ivar Kvaal © Ivar Kvaal Text description provided by the architects. Leaning towards the lush forest and the trickling Sognsvann creek, the Outdoor Care Retreat is located only a hundred meters from the entrance of Norway’s largest hospital, Oslo University Hospital, Rikshospitalet.
Source: Outdoor Care Retreat / Snøhetta
My Year in Sport at Strava website
My goal of 10K cycling km’s not quite met, but still everything combined I can only look back on a very successful year on my bike.
Onwards to new adventures in 2019.
One of the finest moments of the year. Breaking in a new #bulletjournal.
As you can see I am using the Stalogy A5 notebook. Imported from Japan this booklet has served me well over 2018. Some of the pages, starting with the archive of these past years.
My method goes back to March 2014. As you can see I have been using quite some different types of notebooks until I found this one.
With a little higher price it still is economical when only one is needed during the whole year.
More pictures of the new setup will follow shortly.