These 10 Entranceways Are Inspired Examples of Architectural Innovation: Here’s What We’re Reading Today
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1. Open up your world in ways you’ve never thought of before
“10 impressive entrances, including doors that fold, pivot and rotate.
“Disguised doorways, moving walls and geometric folding panels are among our pick of the best entrances showcased on Dezeen’s Pinterest boards.”
2. Watch the best Super Bowl ads the game got in the way of
“Can you believe the major Super Bowl beer commercials were actually about water? Or that Morgan Freeman and Peter Dinklage want you to eat Doritos and drink Mountain Dew Ice? Or that, if you don’t use GroupOn, Tiffany Haddish will laugh at your pain? Learn all this and more in this, our 2018 Super Bowl commercial round-up.”
3. New Star Wars movie Solo has released a full trailer after teaser aired during last night’s Super Bowl
“On Sunday, Disney for the first time availed itself of the Super Bowl to launch a Star Wars movie, dropping a 45-second teaser for its Memorial Day spinoff Solo: A Star Wars Story during the Big Game. Today, we’ve got the first full teaser trailer. Check it out above.
“Alden Ehrenreich is donning Han’s vest with Donald Glover as Lando, Woody Harrelson as Tobias Beckett and Emilia Clarke as Qi’Ra.”
4. Read, study, and live by this extensive collection of some of the best menswear quotes ever uttered
“If you’re the sartorial sage in your peer group, setting the agenda and the dress code for everything from a business-casual office to a few days in Ibiza, then you could quickly run low on modish pearls of wisdom.
“In which case, breathe a sweet sigh of relief, as we’re here to provide you with a rundown of our favourite quotes about fashion and style – all of which you can pass off as your own musings after a few beers down your local.”
5. If you’re looking to kick your homemade pizza game up a notch, give this technique a try
“The most essential component of a good pizza is also the hardest to achieve: a good, crispy crust. It’s what sets most restaurant pies apart from their homemade counterparts. And it all comes down to the oven. It’s hard to compete with a restaurant’s special wood-fired brick oven or a coal-fired one that can reach up to 1,000 degrees.
“It’s not hopeless, though. Sure, there are a slew of newfangled pizza ovens out there for the home kitchen. But if you haven’t splurged for one of those, you can still make really good pizza in your conventional oven, and just this weekend we learned a new trick.”