renwald: dr. disc finds his grooverenwald: dr. disc finds his grooverenwald: dr. disc finds his groove

by:XY Screens     2020-03-03
Mark Furukawa wants a loft worth living in.
It is not without fertility, industry and personality, but full of human nature.
\"Anyone who knows me will say \'this is you \'.
\"The kitchen is the first room you can see after climbing the steep stairs to the attic located above the Guchuan music store Dr.
It has been fixed at Disc on Wilson Street since 1991.
Red, white and green hanging lights hung on the counter, and the three shelves were filled with the collection of hot sauce series. \"I love Mexico. Can you tell?
\"The bottle is so energetic that it cannot be hidden in the cupboard and is so important to his impassioned cooking that it cannot be reached.
The kitchen is only a few steps away from the dining area with a simple middle location
Modern Century tables and chairs and fireplaces provide warmth for dinner on cold nights.
Most of the stuff in the attic is only a few steps away from 900 square feet of living space, which makes Guchuan an obsession.
Forced trait
\"I measured the space to inches, put the information and ideas in the binder, and detailed the whereabouts of everything and the way it fits.
\"In 2005, when he bought the two suites, the opportunity to create the attic came --
The floor building where his record store is located.
The second floor was used as a paint warehouse.
\"It\'s a dark, dirty storage room with paint everywhere.
Furukawa is eager to design an eternal and warm loft.
Then his mother was sick and he took care of his father most of the time in Bari.
Furukawa\'s parents gave him money to get him on Dr. Disc in 1991.
\"They just received $21,000 as compensation for being held in the intern camp in BC during World War II.
It takes me $40,000 to enter the store.
During his mother\'s illness
She died in 2006)
Furukawa said staff and friends helped him manage things and contractor Jim Clewlow worked in the attic while he was away.
They decided to keep as much of the original building material as possible and reuse it as much as possible.
Years of dirt was sandblasted off, removing the paint spatula from the brick wall and giving Guchuan the clean slate he wanted.
Although design is an open concept, each region has its own features.
The living room is equipped with ceiling mounted projectors and floor-to-ceiling devices for music and movies.
Watch the next screen of the movie.
Furukawa has designed storage space for stereo and audio devices, so no wires are visible.
Three large windows in the living room see the busy corners of Wilson and James Street.
Part of the floor is raised to form a small stage for live music. A pull-
There is a table in the corner, and two large portraits of goucheon\'s favorite Gaud bond are hung on bare brick walls.
The raised floor leads to a short staircase of the ancient river River bedroom.
\"It\'s like a ship\'s cabin.
I can\'t stand there, but it fits the real spirit of the attic.
\"In the only bathroom with a door, Guchuan showed his roots.
\"I want to reflect my Asian tradition somewhere in the attic.
[Bamboo veneer cabinet, green-
The covered slate floor in the shower and the turquoise mosaic tiles make up a peaceful space.
When Guchuan talks about the revival of music and vinyl records, he may talk about his attic.
He said the album covers and records are powerful because of the \"emotional resonance of cultural relics.
\"His attic has rescued wood, reborn bricks and spare chili sauce, which reflects the enthusiastic curator who lives there and how he created it step by step. Kathyrenwald.
Guheco wants a loft worth living in.
It is not without fertility, industry and personality, but full of human nature.
\"Anyone who knows me will say \'this is you \'.
\"The kitchen is the first room you can see after climbing the steep stairs to the attic located above the Guchuan music store Dr.
It has been fixed at Disc on Wilson Street since 1991.
Red, white and green hanging lights hung on the counter, and the three shelves were filled with the collection of hot sauce series. \"I love Mexico. Can you tell?
\"The bottle is so energetic that it cannot be hidden in the cupboard and is so important to his impassioned cooking that it cannot be reached.
The kitchen is only a few steps away from the dining area with a simple middle location
Modern Century tables and chairs and fireplaces provide warmth for dinner on cold nights.
Most of the stuff in the attic is only a few steps away from 900 square feet of living space, which makes Guchuan an obsession.
Forced trait
\"I measured the space to inches, put the information and ideas in the binder, and detailed the whereabouts of everything and the way it fits.
\"In 2005, when he bought the two suites, the opportunity to create the attic came --
The floor building where his record store is located.
The second floor was used as a paint warehouse.
\"It\'s a dark, dirty storage room with paint everywhere.
Furukawa is eager to design an eternal and warm loft.
Then his mother was sick and he took care of his father most of the time in Bari.
Furukawa\'s parents gave him money to get him on Dr. Disc in 1991.
\"They just received $21,000 as compensation for being held in the intern camp in BC during World War II.
It takes me $40,000 to enter the store.
During his mother\'s illness
She died in 2006)
Furukawa said staff and friends helped him manage things and contractor Jim Clewlow worked in the attic while he was away.
They decided to keep as much of the original building material as possible and reuse it as much as possible.
Years of dirt was sandblasted off, removing the paint spatula from the brick wall and giving Guchuan the clean slate he wanted.
Although design is an open concept, each region has its own features.
The living room is equipped with ceiling mounted projectors and floor-to-ceiling devices for music and movies.
Watch the next screen of the movie.
Furukawa has designed storage space for stereo and audio devices, so no wires are visible.
Three large windows in the living room see the busy corners of Wilson and James Street.
Part of the floor is raised to form a small stage for live music. A pull-
There is a table in the corner, and two large portraits of goucheon\'s favorite Gaud bond are hung on bare brick walls.
The raised floor leads to a short staircase of the ancient river River bedroom.
\"It\'s like a ship\'s cabin.
I can\'t stand there, but it fits the real spirit of the attic.
\"In the only bathroom with a door, Guchuan showed his roots.
\"I want to reflect my Asian tradition somewhere in the attic.
[Bamboo veneer cabinet, green-
The covered slate floor in the shower and the turquoise mosaic tiles make up a peaceful space.
When Guchuan talks about the revival of music and vinyl records, he may talk about his attic.
He said the album covers and records are powerful because of the \"emotional resonance of cultural relics.
\"His attic has rescued wood, reborn bricks and spare chili sauce, which reflects the enthusiastic curator who lives there and how he created it step by step. Kathyrenwald.
Guheco wants a loft worth living in.
It is not without fertility, industry and personality, but full of human nature.
\"Anyone who knows me will say \'this is you \'.
\"The kitchen is the first room you can see after climbing the steep stairs to the attic located above the Guchuan music store Dr.
It has been fixed at Disc on Wilson Street since 1991.
Red, white and green hanging lights hung on the counter, and the three shelves were filled with the collection of hot sauce series. \"I love Mexico. Can you tell?
\"The bottle is so energetic that it cannot be hidden in the cupboard and is so important to his impassioned cooking that it cannot be reached.
The kitchen is only a few steps away from the dining area with a simple middle location
Modern Century tables and chairs and fireplaces provide warmth for dinner on cold nights.
Most of the stuff in the attic is only a few steps away from 900 square feet of living space, which makes Guchuan an obsession.
Forced trait
\"I measured the space to inches, put the information and ideas in the binder, and detailed the whereabouts of everything and the way it fits.
\"In 2005, when he bought the two suites, the opportunity to create the attic came --
The floor building where his record store is located.
The second floor was used as a paint warehouse.
\"It\'s a dark, dirty storage room with paint everywhere.
Furukawa is eager to design an eternal and warm loft.
Then his mother was sick and he took care of his father most of the time in Bari.
Furukawa\'s parents gave him money to get him on Dr. Disc in 1991.
\"They just received $21,000 as compensation for being held in the intern camp in BC during World War II.
It takes me $40,000 to enter the store.
During his mother\'s illness
She died in 2006)
Furukawa said staff and friends helped him manage things and contractor Jim Clewlow worked in the attic while he was away.
They decided to keep as much of the original building material as possible and reuse it as much as possible.
Years of dirt was sandblasted off, removing the paint spatula from the brick wall and giving Guchuan the clean slate he wanted.
Although design is an open concept, each region has its own features.
The living room is equipped with ceiling mounted projectors and floor-to-ceiling devices for music and movies.
Watch the next screen of the movie.
Furukawa has designed storage space for stereo and audio devices, so no wires are visible.
Three large windows in the living room see the busy corners of Wilson and James Street.
Part of the floor is raised to form a small stage for live music. A pull-
There is a table in the corner, and two large portraits of goucheon\'s favorite Gaud bond are hung on bare brick walls.
The raised floor leads to a short staircase of the ancient river River bedroom.
\"It\'s like a ship\'s cabin.
I can\'t stand there, but it fits the real spirit of the attic.
\"In the only bathroom with a door, Guchuan showed his roots.
\"I want to reflect my Asian tradition somewhere in the attic.
[Bamboo veneer cabinet, green-
The covered slate floor in the shower and the turquoise mosaic tiles make up a peaceful space.
When Guchuan talks about the revival of music and vinyl records, he may talk about his attic.
He said the album covers and records are powerful because of the \"emotional resonance of cultural relics.
\"His attic has rescued wood, reborn bricks and spare chili sauce, which reflects the enthusiastic curator who lives there and how he created it step by step. Kathyrenwald.
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