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I saw Kiera Knightley in Selfridges



SAw Kiera in Selfridges, London on Friday. She was not looking like this, but very every-day casual/discrete cool. Black biker boots, dark blue jeans and black leather jacket. Her her was in a dark brown bob. Face down, avoiding eye contact. :)

I am in love with Elin's outfit here



Check out Elin Klings blog at Style by Kling
'
http://stylebykling.tv4.se/page/2/

how beautiful



I want want these lovely rings.

leather jacket



I really want this leather jacket. Perfect for this in between London weather.

rock vs/ leopard



Can't remember where I got this picture from but I'm lovung the combo.
I actually want this t-shirt. Please let me know if you know where it is from!

Frey Wille jewelry



http://www.frey-wille.com/#Home

Tabio



Japanese socks specialists delivering the most exquisite hosiery and legwear direct from the streets of Tokyo and Osaka. 

James Palmer on BBC Scotland



http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006p2xl


James Palmer on River City



http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b00v3jcf/River_City_28_09_2010/

River city



At last
Amber woke up and smelled the coffee - or rather the unpleasant whiff of rat. Yes, Lee was finally kicked to the kerb after months of subtle manipulation, quiet bullying and outright violence. As Amber said to him:'I do love you - but it's broken me'. It seems that the feisty, independent girl of old may return.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/rivercity/

watch River City here

watch River City here

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006p2xl

sandy blazer jacket


from Top Shop

black blazer


from Top Shop

love this jacket



from Top Shop

nice jumper



from Cheap Monday

love this photo



good scarf and jacket combination; Top Shop

gorgeous chanel



love the bag and jewelry combo

top shop lepoard



you like?

love the outfit


some serious solar utilisation


design will save the world


inhabitat web site


love this site



www.inhabitat.com

waste hierarchy


Waste not want not



http://www.avonmouthresourcepark.co.uk/How-It-Works.html


I love my friends so much



Thank you for making this weekend so special for me.

Happy Birthday to me!


had an absolutely lovely birthday weekend in Sweden


unbelievably cute


ART school confidential


Has anyone seen this film?



Is it good?

I am now an accredited Ska assessor!




I am now an accredited Ska assessor, as well as BREEAM.

Ska



Ska is an environmental assessment method developed for office fit-outs that addresses factors such as energy, water, materials, waste and pollution.


Cantebury school of fine arts



Cantebury school of fine arts

Nan yang art school, Singapore



Singapore art school with a fantastic green 'roof'

Green credentials

I had a request today, to explain how the following 'Green Credentials' (Environmental Measures etc.) incorporated in a huge London residential development are benefial, not only from an evironmental point of view, but also financially and in terms of general lifestyle enhancement.

Here is my response;


Sedum roofs
(usually known as green roofs) are beneficial because a) you have either increased the vegetation if the development was built in a cityscape or b) you have not reduced the vegetation if the development was built on a green site (by sticking the greenery back on the roof). The reason why this is good is that a) plants and all living organisms absorb CO2 from the environment as they grow, through the natural process of photosynthesis, making up for some of the CO2 that is emitted from all our energy consumption. And b) the planted area absorbs rain water which prevents flooding. If the development is built on a green site and no green roof was implemented or additional plans were planted, then you would have to design in water attenuation measures to manage the flood water. Additionally, it looks nice and can provide a garden / usable outdoor space in an otherwise crowded concrete jungle.


CHP units
are mainly beneficial from an environmental point of view, i.e. they waste less energy but this always has the consequential financial benefit of reducing running costs which always makes the occupants happy.  


Code of sustainable homes level 3
(with aspirations of reaching level 4) Code level 4 is quite difficult to achieve, meaning that you really have gone above and beyond good practice measures with regards to environmental design, such as specifying products with low water consumption. Even level 3 is a good achievement. Let me know if you would like more examples from CSH (the Code for Sustainable Homes).


Generally energy efficiency rating of B
(all units). If you mean an EPC rating of B? Then yes, this is good. The EPC (energy performance certificate) ranges from A (good) to G (bad) so a B is high. A is generally quite difficult to achieve without some sort of renewables (wind, solar power etc.) A+ means the building is not consuming energy, but instead generating energy(!) which is only possible to achieve by using renewable energy technologies that actually generate more energy in total than required by the building; enabling the excess to be sold back to the grid. (see example of a certificate in post below).


Generally environmental impact rating of A
(all units) – Ok, looking at the image below (of both certificates next to each other), I think for residential buildings, the ‘energy efficiency rating’ relates to costs which means they are quite ‘cheap’ to run in terms of electricity bills etc. – in which case the ‘environmental impact rating’ is the energy consumption and hence CO2 emissions. I’d say that a B for en.eff. and an A for env.imp are both very good. See the text below the images.


Car free development
(until block D is constructed) – reducing pollution and energy consumption by encouraging people to cycle and / or use public transport instead of their own cars. This also indirectly improves the health / fitness of the occupants.


Promoting the use of cycles
with minimum of 1 cycle space per unit – under the schemes and energy assessment methods I am working on (BRREAM etc.) you get credits for increasing the number of cycle spaces and credits for reducing the amount of car parking spaces. It is all to encourage cycling, which reduces pollution and energy consumption from cars + improves the health / fitness of the occupants through exercise.


Car Club
– This probably means they have set up a car sharing scheme, meaning that maybe 3 or 4 people who live / work close to each other take it in turns to give the others a lift, rather than using 1 car per person, saving a lot of energy and reducing pollution. This of course has huge financial and environmental benefits, due to the amounts of fuel (petrol) they are saving.


Recycling facilities within kitchens
– they have probably installed separate bins for paper/plastic/glass/ cans and probably a compost too which is great. Recycling means saving energy from not having to produce new products from virgin materials and of course preserves the world’s natural resources. Furthermore, it prevents this waste from going to landfill. Landfill sites are very bad for the environment because they a) take up space that could otherwise have been used for new developments and b) emit methane gas (CH4) into the environment which is bad (dangerous) and also prevents developments to be built in a whole surrounding area of these landfill sites (not just on the actual site).


Example of an EPC




preserve the environment



...save the animals!

How cute is this little rascal?

Environmental Assessment Method

I am an accredited BREEAM assessor.

BREEAM (Building Research Establishment's Energy Assessment Method) assesses buildings with regards to a number of issues such as energy, water, materials, waste etc.



For more info email me or read here;

http://www.breeam.org/index.jsp


Fashion designer Henrietta Ludgate



DESIGNER ON THE RIGHT HAND SIDE

http://www.henriettaludgate.com/HENRIETTA_LUDGATE_Fashion.html

Fashion designer Henrietta Ludgate



MODEL IN HENRIETTA LUDGATE

http://www.henriettaludgate.com/HENRIETTA_LUDGATE_Fashion.html

Fashion designer Henrietta Ludgate



http://www.henriettaludgate.com/HENRIETTA_LUDGATE_Fashion.html

Fashion designer Henrietta Ludgate



MODEL IN HENRIETTA LUDGATE

http://www.henriettaludgate.com/HENRIETTA_LUDGATE_Fashion.html

Fashion designer Henrietta Ludgate



http://www.henriettaludgate.com/HENRIETTA_LUDGATE_Fashion.html

James Palmer for KETROY



Photography by Martin Gardner

http://www.martingardner.com/galleryindex.php

James Palmer for KETROY



Photography by Martin Gardner

http://www.martingardner.com/galleryindex.php

James Palmer for KETROY



Photography by Martin Gardner

http://www.martingardner.com/galleryindex.php

James Palmer for KETROY



Photography by Martin Gardner

http://www.martingardner.com/galleryindex.php

James Palmer for KETROY




Photography by Martin Gardner

http://www.martingardner.com/galleryindex.php

James Palmer for KETROY


James Palmer for KETROY



Photography by Martin Gardner

http://www.martingardner.com/galleryindex.php

James Palmer for KETROY



Photography by Martin Gardner

http://www.martingardner.com/

http://www.martingardner.com/galleryindex.php

James Palmer for KETROY



Photography by Martin Gardner

http://www.martingardner.com/

http://www.martingardner.com/galleryindex.php

James Palmer for KETROY



Photography by Martin Gardner

http://www.martingardner.com/

http://www.martingardner.com/galleryindex.php

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gorgeous photo



NATALIA VODIANOVA

architectural model



MODEL BY CARA HUMPHREYS

welcome cardigan season



STEGNER AND KASS

Building cut through


yes or no to bell bottoms?


like this picture



hair and make up

nice makeup



AMANDA RENBERG

turquoise eyes



MINI ANDEN

KATE MOSS FOR NIKON S6


flashback from 2007


Andre Ethier Lion and Monkey


really like this picture



Julianne Moore

Love this picture



Jennifer Aniston

poem written by an eight year old girl



FROM BIRMINGHAM ART MUSEUM

outside the botanical gardens in Zurich



PHOTOGRAPH BY CARA HUMPHREYS

fountain art at Zurich station


Composition of architectural pictures



Walt Disney Concert Hall by architect Frank Gehry

Architectural panel



Santiago Calatrava pictures put together by Cara Humphreys 

Guitar handle


Sketch by Cara 2006

Architectural model



Studio work

I think this is Daria Werbowy


like this picture


very keen on this denim bra


love the rocker t-shirt


love the trousers


end of summer fashion



good basic colours and comfortable style

Model Natasha Poly exploring her creative side


Ed Scissorhands Art


www.luciaemanauela.blogspot.com

taken by chelsea harbour



PHOTOGRAPH BY CARA HUMPHREYS

buildings by chelsea harbour



PHOTOGRAPH BY CARA HUMPHREYS

CHELSEA JUNE 2010



PHOTOGRAPH BY CARA HUMPHREYS

FULHAM MAY 2010


SOCKS JANUARY 2010



PHOTOGRAPH BY CARA HUMPHREYS

BIRDS CLAPHAM COMMON



PHOTOGRAPH BY CARA HUMPHREYS

JAMES CLAPHAM JANUARY 2010



PHOTOGRAPH BY CARA HUMPHREYS

CLAPHAM COMMON JANUARY 2010



PHOTOGRAPH BY CARA HUMPHREYS

DUCKS CLAPHAM COMMON



PHOTOGRAPH BY CARA HUMPHREYS

CLAPHAM COMMON JANUARY 2010



PHOTOGRAPH BY CARA HUMPHREYS

JAMES CLAPHAM JANUARY 2010



PHOTOGRAPH BY CARA HUMPHREYS

BUILDING CLAPHAM



PHOTOGRAPH BY CARA HUMPHREYS

DUCK CLAPHAM



PHOTOGRAPH BY CARA HUMPHREYS

JAMES CLAPHAM



PHOTOGRAPH BY CARA HUMPHREYS

CLAPHAM JANUARY 2010



PHOTOGRAPH BY CARA HUMPHREYS

JAMES PALMER MOT MODELS


JAMES MOT MODELS


JS Palmer


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My new favourite photo of the month

Art meets fashion



J. Crew clothing

As the Sotheby’s art student commented, it is unrealistic, even impossible to look this squeeky clean whilst working with charcoal or any paints for that matter, but as we all know art does not need to be realistic.

http://www.artworldsalon.com/blog/2007/03/art-meets-fashion-round-mdccxviii/


http://www.jcrew.com/index.jsp
 


http://www.net-a-porter.com/Shop/Designers/JCrew?cm_mmc=MSN-_-Designers_H_-_L-_-J_Crew-_-J_Crew&bbcid=2625

Conclusion; These guys are definitely not art students 




to buy or not to buy?



leopard jackets...

asos




very keen on this top


Top Shop



love the jacket and the top

A/W 2010

who is this..?


Graphic Designer FABIAN LEUENBERGER

www.fabianleuenberger.ch





contact hello@fabianleuenberger.ch

ABOUT

                                         Fabian is a graphic
designer working in the fields of graphic design,  
typography, corporate design, illustration and
applied photography. The selected work on his
website shows free and commissioned projects in
cultural, institutional and commercial sectors.

Often projects were realised by an interdisciplinary
team of professional graphic designers, photo-
graphers, product designers and programmers.


fabianleuenberger[1]



web
www.fabianleuenberger.ch

email hello@fabianleuenberger.ch

fabianleuenberger[2]



www.fabianleuenberger.ch

fabianleuenberger[3]



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web
www.fabianleuenberger.ch

email hello@fabianleuenberger.ch


fabianleuenberger[5]




Fabian Leuenberger is a graphic designer based in London.

To contact him please email
hello@fabianleuenberger.ch

fabianleuenberger[6]



www.fabianleuenberger.ch

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www.fabianleuenberger.ch

Silver rabbits from fashion flux


Pomme Chan



www.pommepomme.com

Derek Lam design


armor Low Luv by Erin Wasson



Love these knuckle rings!

Solar panels on Motorway


I like this new idea...

Making motorways out of solar cells:



Asphalt roads and car parks would be torn up and replaced with glass solar cell panels capable of generating enough power to support local communities. The panels would also be covered with a mosaic of small lights, which could be illuminated to provide road markings and warning messages to drivers. They could also be embedded with heaters to keep the road clear by melting snow and ice.

Would you like to know more about this technology?


Testing Colour schemes - now updated


Heatherly school of fine art in Chelsea, London



Photographer Cara Humphreys

Heatherly school of fine art in Chelsea, London



Photographer Cara Humphreys

London metropolitan


Rolf Disch plus energy house



One of the first zero-energy modern homes in the world, by German architect Rolph Disch

This rotating solar home was the seed for the extraordinary Sonnenschiff Solar Development and the modern solar movement in Germany. The home takes full advantage of the sun by rotating with it, allowing daylight to course though its triple-pane windows and energise its large roof-mounted solar array and solar thermal pipes. The result is a zero-energy modern home that actually ends up generating five times the energy it consumes.


http://www.plusenergiehaus.de

www.energiaktion.wordpress.com

Heliotrop



Knappt har Sveriges första passivhus byggts 
Tyskland plusenergihus
producerar mer energi än de förbrukar
främst solenergi
pionjär arkitekten Rolf Disch 
Heliotrop roterar för att följa solen på vintern
och skydda sig mot solen på sommaren
Hans arkitektbyrå's
hemsida 

Fler bilder här

Företaget Prime Project i Skåne bygger en villa i Åkarp

Man skulle ganska enkelt kunna åstadkomma plusenergihus i tätorter med fjärrvärme
addera sedan möjligheterna med kraftvärmepannor med stirlingmotor, rökgasturbo
eller Climate Wells principer för att lagra värme och kyla i salt så öppnar sig
enorma möjligheter till energieffektivisering.


http://energiaktion.wordpress.com/


Denver art museum


PV, photovoltaics

Photovoltaics (PV) is a method of generating electrical power by converting solar radiation into direct current electricity using semiconductors that exhibit the photovoltaic effect. Photovoltaic power generation employs solar panels comprising a number of cells containing a photovoltaic material. Materials presently used for photovoltaics include monocrystalline silicon, polycrystalline silicon, amorphous silicon, cadmium telluride, and copper indium selenide/sulfide.[ Due to the growing demand for renewable energy sources, the manufacture of solar cells and photovoltaic arrays has advanced considerably in recent years.

As of 2010, solar photovoltaics generates electricity in more than 100 countries and, while yet comprising a tiny fraction of the 4800 GW total global power-generating capacity from all sources, is the fastest growing power-generation technology in the world. Between 2004 and 2009, grid-connected PV capacity increased at an annual average rate of 60 percent, to some 21 GW. Such installations may be ground-mounted (and sometimes integrated with farming and grazing) or built into the roof or walls of a building, known as Building Integrated Photovoltaics or BIPV for short. Off-grid PV accounts for an additional 3–4 GW.

Driven by advances in technology and increases in manufacturing scale and sophistication, the cost of photovoltaics has declined steadily since the first solar cells were manufactured. Net metering and financial incentives, such as preferential feed-in tariffs for solar-generated electricity, have supported solar PV installations in many countries.

http://www.google.se/images?hl=sv&rlz=1T4HPEB_svGB350GB350&q=photovoltaics&um=1&ie=UTF-8&source=univ&ei=r0qNTJnlLcfgOITLzZ4L&sa=X&oi=image_result_group
&ct=title&resnum=4&ved=0CEQQsAQwAw


PV panels on Colorado Court

in Santa Monica





Le blog de Betty


Le blog de Betty



Love the necklace

Le blog de Betty


Le blog de Betty


Le blog de Betty


Le blog de Betty


Le blog de Betty


Le blog de Betty


Australian model Jessica Hart in v cool waistcoat


Hello autumn



Lily Donaldson

James S Palmer


James Palmer


James Palmer Augusta 2008


The Devil and David 2008


James Palmer Manifesto 2007


Katerin and Theuth Manifesto


Manifesto 2007


James Palmer Midnight 2006


James Palmer by photographer Martin Gardner


James by M Gardner


J P by Martin Gardner


J Palmer by Martin Gardner


James P by Martin Gardner


James Palmer by Martin Gardner


James by Martin Gardner


Lovely photo



I particularly like the make up and bracelets

Lily Donaldson style


Alexa Chung style


Love these blouse


Really like this combination - want the scarf


Autumn style


Chloe Sevigny Style



Also love these ACNE boots although I am not sure how these are associated with the above photos

net-a-porter


Beautiful



http://www.leblogdebetty.com/en/

Le blog de Betty



Love these photos

Pictures from Betty's blogg


Pencil drawings


Car


Wolf


Add James Palmer on Facebook


Promoting James on Facebook


James Palmer on IMDb


James on IMDB



http://uk.imdb.com/name/nm3277928/


on TV Guide

http://www.tvguide.co.uk/actor.asp?actor=James%20Palmer


James Palmer photo shoot



Phographer Martin Gardner

http://www.martingardner.com/

http://www.martingardner.com/galleryindex.php

James Palmer can also be booked through MOT models

MOT MODELS

http://www.motmodel.com/


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James Palmer model shot



Photograph by Martin Gardner

http://www.martingardner.com/

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To Book James Palmer


Email
jspalmer@live.co.uk



James Palmer - Actor and Model


James in Newmarket


Us on holiday


James in Spain


Victor's


Puerto Banus...


James Palmer's TV Show

River City

Soap drama on BBC Scotland

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006p2xl

Watch the latest River City episode here:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b00tr8y1

Read the River City Blogg here:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/rivercity/

Episode articles from the RC blogg:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/rivercity/2010/08/dysfunctional_dad.shtml

http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/rivercity/2010/07/sleekit.shtml

http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/rivercity/2010/05/18_may_2010_lee_lee_lee.shtml

James Palmer on River City



http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/rivercity/2010/07/sleekit.shtml


James palmer on the River City blogg




http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/rivercity/2010/05/18_may_2010_lee_lee_lee.shtml


Who wore it best? Kate M or Kate B?


back to black - front row style



Is that Caroline Murphy with Kate B?

Still like these Chloe boots


cropped jacket kb



also really like the look of the jeans and the tee

still want this amazing clutch



with built in rings

wide stripes - k bosworth


time for black


pencil scrap yard


pencil townscape


pencil beauty child


pirates of pencil


öga i blyerts


pencil eye


pretty


old nikki style still in


Twiggy


asos today


twinings revive & revitalise

Now I am drinking lemon & ginger herbal tea.. mmmm..


ginger

I believe in natural remedies!


celeb style of the day: kate bosworth



I really like the simplicity of this belt and the colour of the leather.

love this dress


January 09



I took this on a cold winter's day on Clapham common. The light was perfect. More to follow...

Moi


James


J i Clapham


Clapham