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The Walls

Generally speaking, a room with lots of natural light with floor to ceiling Windows, can for example be painted with warm, dark colors. On the other hand, a space that does not receive much light the lobby, for example will be brighter if it paints it with a lighter tone. 5. Develop an accent if they like colore dark, vivacious, but not sure whether it is appropriate for your space, consider creating an accent wall. Paint the other walls with a softer tone and a primary wall with the dark color of your preference.Accent walls are also an excellent way to highlight a particular feature of your home.

Do you have a coffee table style next to the window? Paint this wall a darker color to create separation and focus attention. 6. Choose the most appropriate finish type the type of finish that you select for your painting is as important as the same color. If you want to hide the imperfections of the wall, opt for a matte finish. Please note that flat finishes are harder to clean, therefore, do not use this type of finish on your kitchen or bathroom.

Glossy finishes reflect light and are very easy to clean. 7 Dare to change a bit of adventure It helps to achieve striking changes. Consider painting the moldings with unexpected colours. Black frames, for example, can create a very original and unexpected effect. If it is not yet ready for the impact, follow conventional ideas. Paint the molding the same color as the walls. You can make a slight distinction painting walls with matte finish paint and finish with a glossy finish to the same color paint. Whatever color that use, remember that a color may appear different when combined with another color. Take both color chips and make that work well together for the wall and the harmony of cut. Above all, remember that the painting is one of the least expensive changes you can make in a room. Don’t be afraid to be bold or take some risks!


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The Run

The inability to manufacture glasses of large dimensions was resolved subdividing window leaves into squares more small, able to be covered with a single piece of glass smaller. The usual current of subdividing window cloths into smaller squares is aesthetic reminiscent that has survived since then. The use of glass in facades, it is worth stopping at the chapter of especially the Gothic cathedrals. They knew how to turn the problem of the size of the pieces into a virtue: drawing different figures on the openings of facade with a lead frame, and filling the resulting holes with tinted glasses, created magnificent stained glass Windows. Once overcome the problem of protecting the hole with glass, the limitations due to the structural character of the facade. A hollow opening forced her bodice, the lintel, to support the load of the building. This prevented practice holes too wide, so the openings adopted vertical forms to increase the surface of lighting where possible. It was also you have aligned holes some on top of others, in a way that will facilitate transmission of the load of the building for the rest of the wall.

Just as with glass, and despite no longer be necessary, this facade with vertical and regular Windows composition has survived until our days as a cultural heritage. Arch was used to increase the size of the vain, in singular buildings of half a point and then the pointed arch. However, the first breakthrough in the facade came in Gothic cathedrals, when removed the problem of gaps by stripping of structural function to the facade. The revolution consisted of the replacement of the traditional concept of load-bearing wall by the of pillar point, deflecting the burden of the deck by flying buttresses to exterior buttresses. Thus the facade, liberated from the weight, could close now with large stained glass Windows. The arrival of steel at the end of the 19th, and the reinforced concrete in the early 20th, definitely ended up freeing the facade of their structural dependence. The architects of the modern movement explored the possibilities of a free facade, popularizing the run window and horizontal holes rather than the traditional vertical, using them both for best suit the vision of people, as to demonstrate its independence from the facade structure for modern homes

Antonio Villavicencio

The facts were unclear and the inhabitants of Fe did not know very well what was happening because the versions were contradictory. In an important place of the Capital of the Nueva Granada a monumental home was armed because someone, an arrogant Spanish for older signs, refused to lend the vase needed to decorate the site that is offering an agasajo Antonio Villavicencio, a Commissioner of the Council of Regency of Spain. The matter began in a heated discussion but soon acquired dramatic touches and, at the end, was the trigger that Creoles expressed the discontent by long years accumulated against foreign authorities who then ruled the country. The popular movement imposed a Supreme Board, composed of criollos, which proclaimed loyalty to King Fernando VII at the time which claimed popular sovereignty as was stated in the minutes of the July 20, 1810. Historians agree that as the most important date in the fight by the independence national and onwards all generations of Colombians would learn to reverence the heroism of all the participants in that and the following days which concluded with the final separation of Spain in August 1819. Two hundred years of history marked by the ups and downs of a country surrounded by conflict and where there is a perverse and dangerous tendency to resolve these conflicts through the permanent and indiscriminate use of violence. Extreme violence was against indigenous peoples during the conquest; violence there against Blacks and indigenous people in the colony and a fatal violence was the main feature during the emancipatory gesta led by Bolivar and Santander. To more misfortune, the Republican era has also been marked by the rivers of blood that have run our Plains and mountains: in the 19th century suffered twelve civil wars since the confrontation between centralists and federalists in the Patria Boba, up dreadful war of the thousand days between 1,899 and 1902.

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