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How to make soy rinds and learn everything on gastrophotography | Piqniq pack—Part 9
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How to make soy rinds and learn everything on gastrophotography | Piqniq pack—Part 9

Roast lamb and Japanese omelet on the Easter table? Why not? As Easter approaches, celebrities put on their aprons to create a holiday feast with the help of experts, preparing different dishes from classics to unconventional ones. How can a catering business grow with its environment? What “tricks” should we
The context in design: from the city to the object and back
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The context in design: from the city to the object and back

The following article is based on an excerpt of a conference lecture planned for a scientific event in New York, co-authored by architect Petra Probstner and Géza Kulcsár. Their aim is to reveal both the often hidden principles behind design processes and the tensions that may arise between site- and
Danube: more than a river | URBANUM
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Danube: more than a river | URBANUM

City, river, boat – the Danube has become an inseparable part of Budapest’s essence. An important momentum of this is related to the launch of the capital’s waterway transport celebrating its 200th anniversary this year, but the river also played a central role in several research projects and civil