9 top tips for your living room By Teri García

The living room is one of the most important rooms in a home as it is where the family spends time gathering and relaxing. A properly balanced room will bring much more auspicious luck into the house. A living room is meant to be lived in! Here are 9 top tips to help you create an environment that will increase good Feng Shui in your living room.

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Architectural Conversions

Architectural Conversions
By Gallego and Mota Arquitectos
Málaga architects José Antonio Mota and Isidro Gallego renovated an old building from 1961 located in Calle Hilera in Málaga and have converted it into one of the most iconic buildings in the city, thanks to its innovative architectural design and unique infrastructure.

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Villa in Bahía de Casares

This comfortable private residence was built for the present owners to their demanding specifications, after long consultations with one of the leading architects in Marbella. The Plot is one of the best on the Majestic Urbanisation overlooking the Mediterranean stretching as far as the African coast line,and within easy reach of beach, golf and leisure facilities. 

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Alexander’s Collection Spain

The Belle de Nuit Collection abounds in porcelain warmth and bright colors. The renowned Spanish brand off ers a new understanding of traditional lamps: crystal turns into porcelain, and lamp shade fabric is replaced with litophanies, which, when lit, reveal exquisite engravings.

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EL CHORRO

Located in the municipality of Álora (Málaga), it is a spectacular mountainous settlement in the heart of the Los Gaitanes Gorge Natural Park (“Parque Natural Desfiladero de los Gaitanes”), an area which has been protected by the Autonomous Government of Andalusia since 1989 because of its great ecological value and its extraordinary scenic, historic and paeleontological wealth.

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Rafael Moneo

Moneo is a Spanish architect and one of the most significant representatives of contemporary Spanish architecture. He was born in Tudela (Navarra) and studied at the Superior Technical School of Architecture of Madrid, where he obtained a degree in architecture in 1961.

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Ogee and the golden ratio

In various issues of our magazine we have been telling you how the Ogee design is taking over streets and squares, buildings and monuments, parks and gardens. Curves and arcs have been masterfully combined to recreate the divine proportions of nature: the golden ratio of 1.6.

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The architect Frank Gehry wins the 2014 Prince of Asturias Award for the Arts

The American architect Frank Gehry, designer of the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, has been awarded the Prince of Asturias Award for the Arts (Premio Príncipe de Asturias de las Artes).

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LUXURY HOTELS

HOTEL RITZ BY BELMOND MADRID
The Hotel Ritz by Belmond, one of the most significant buildings in Madrid, is situated in the heart of the city, with views of the Prado and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museums.

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The studio Francés + Sastre wins the DOM3 Architecture Prize

Architects Simón Francés and Judith Sastre, from the Madrid studio Francés + Sastre Architects, won the DOM3 Prize 2014, an international architecture prize. It was announced by the Association of Businesses for High-Quality Housing (DOM3) and they received the award at an evening event held at La Zagaleta.

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Editor’s letter

Dear reader,
Welcome to the new edition of Ogee Magazine, a very special issue since we are celebrating our second birthday!
It seems like yesterday when Ogee was launched.

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