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This Miniature Version Of Johannesburg Was Created Using Recycled Materials

Mulalo Nego Negondeni is a 26-year-old man from the Mukula village in Limpopo Province, South Africa. For the past 13 years the man has been building a miniature version of Johannesburg nicknamed NegoCity in his parents’ backyard using recycled materials, and result is absolutely amazing!

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This Miniature Version Of Johannesburg Was Created Using Recycled Materials

Mulalo Nego Negondeni is a 26-year-old man from the Mukula village in Limpopo Province, South Africa. For the past 13 years the man has been building a miniature version of Johannesburg nicknamed NegoCity in his parents’ backyard using recycled materials, and result is absolutely amazing!

In a recent interview with DeMilked, Mulalo said that he started his project back in 2008 after seeing the First National Bank (FNB) Stadium on TV and in the newspapers. The man says he fell in love with the design of the stadium and his dream was to visit it during the 2010 FIFA World Cup tournament. However, he knew that his parents wouldn’t be able to buy him a ticket, so he decided to build a replica of the stadium at home so he could see it every day.

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Proportion and Symmetry in Interior Design

Choosing the right television for your home isn’t just about budget – it’s more about proportions, placement and psychology

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, 20 April 2018 – Interior design isn’t just about placing a few pieces of furniture in a room – there needs to be enough space to move around comfortably. The proportions of a room in relation to the pieces in it make a person feel either comfortable or unsettled. According to Gestalt Psychology[i], although the human eyes take in separate pieces of information, the brain merges those pieces into a singular, simpler pattern that’s recognisable. This means that a room is seen as a whole before details begin to emerge. Balanced or symmetrical designs are easier for the brain to recognise and are therefore perceived to be more comfortable.

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