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A basement can be used in almost exactly the same way as a floor above the extra floor of a house or other building. However, the use of basements depends largely on factors specific to a particular geographic area, such as climate, soil, seismic activity, building technology, and real estate economics.
Historically, basements have become much easier to build (in developed countries) since the industrialization of residential construction. Large motorized excavation machines, such as backhoes and front-end loaders, have drastically reduced the time and labor required to dig a basement compared to digging by hand with a shovel, although this method can still be used in the developing world.
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Of the moment of waking up in bed he writes: “It is situated in the most fortunate way: the first rays of sun come to filter through my curtains. I see them, on beautiful summer days, advancing along the white wall, as the sun rises. The elm trees before my window divide them in a thousand ways and balance them on my bed, pink and white, which, due to the reflection, spreads everywhere an enchanting hue.”
The Thai Nong Chotipatoomwan studied furniture that encourages relaxation and chose the rocking movementPascal Hien, based in Berlin, saw the pandemic as a time to stop and reflect, “to be present with ourselves and our environment”. Out of that period of change where learning to adapt and disconnect from fast-paced life came his stool. “It can be adapted in several ways,” he explains, “there is no front or back, no good or bad use. The piece of furniture functions as a domestic helper or a place to sit.