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Maya Vase was uploaded on January 16, 2018 at 5:01 pm. It is published at the Vase category. Maya Vase is tagged with Maya Vase, Maya, Vase..The house typically has its own personality. Also with all the bungalow or cottages are found in britain. Don't wish to adjust the framework of the building is an excessive amount of, Maya Vase designs contend with conventional bungalow.
The cottage was built-in the 18th century and it is today past renovation's stage. Rather than trying to simulate the cottage's design, Alex E made a decision to assemble an additional kitchen style which will minimize the architectural change of the complete hotel and preserve the type of the residence.
Never expected attractive, an outcome! To be able to take care of the personality of the building, Kitchen's designer Alex St Architecture putting a kitchen layout apart from the principal building. The effect? Lovely! Yes, a cottage situated in Chelshire, the united kingdom may be the building in question.
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Mayama•ya (mä′yä, -yə),USA pronunciation n. [Hinduism.]
- the power, as of a god, to produce illusions.
- the production of an illusion.
- (in Vedantic philosophy) the illusion of the reality of sensory experience and of the experienced qualities and attributes of oneself.
- (cap.) Also called Mahamaya. a goddess personifying the power that creates phenomena.
Vasevase (vās, vāz, väz),USA pronunciation n.
- a vessel, as of glass, porcelain, earthenware, or metal, usually higher than it is wide, used chiefly to hold cut flowers or for decoration.