Posts Tagged: "Book"

Mobitecture: Architecture On The Move


Those of you familiar with Jebiga articles know that we are enthusiastic about architecture. Here, you can read about modular housing, perfect retreats, contemporary or rustic architectural solutions. What we especially love are the interesting and innovative projects, like mobile architecture. In Mobitecture, a great new book written by Rebecca Roke, you’ll find all forms of homes …

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The Fly Fisher | The Essence and Essentials of Flyfishing


Out of all the sports out there, there is nothing quite as relaxing and rejuvenating as fly fishing. That being said, when you have hooked that fish, there are few things that are as exhilarating. To help you on your quest of catching the perfect fish, The Fly Fisher is a must-have in your knowledge …

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Pitmaster: Recipes, Techniques, and Barbecue Wisdom


Whether you’re a cooking enthusiast or a pro, we have a book that’s simply a must have. Just like the name says, Pitmaster features different recipes, techniques, and wisdom to be learned. The authors Andy Husbands and Chris Hart had a goal to create the ultimate guide to barbecuing and we must agree they succeeded. In this 224 pages …

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Goodbye, Things: The New Japanese Minimalism


Do you ever think about happiness in terms of possessions? In the consumer society, it is difficult to get rid of the unnecessary items when it’s hard to even tell what you need and what you don’t. Fumio Sasaki decided to show us the good sides of minimalism in his book called Goodbye, Things: The New Japanese Minimalism. The author …

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One Year On A Bike | From Amsterdam to Singapore


We’ve all had those moments; the stress is getting too much, you feel empty, the rat race just seems to be endless. You then get the idea of just packing up and leaving; just dropping everything and doing something extraordinary. Most of the time, these are fleeting thoughts that we never truly act upon, but …

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Wood By William Hall


From the author of bestselling titles Concrete and Brick, William Hall, comes another book devoted to building materials. Wood focuses on timber construction and just like the previous two, it will inspire architects and builders for generations to come. Wood is one of the oldest building materials and this book in particular consists of 170 structures …

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Tools of Titans | By Timothy Ferriss


Today we’re introducing you to a #1 New York Times best-selling author Timothy Ferriss and his highly acclaimed book. The full name of this book is Tools of Titans: The Tactics, Routines, and Habits of Billionaires, Icons, and World-Class Performers. Since the title is pretty much self-explanatory, we’ll give you info on the things that are not.  First …

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The Annapolis Book of Seamanship


For those of you that have known the pleasures of boating, we commend you, and for those of you that don’t, now is a great time to start. Boating, and sailing in particular, is, in many ways, a form of aqueous art. Besides, there is nothing quite like the freedom and exhilaration that comes from …

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Valley Of The Gods: A Silicon Valley Story


We all know that Silicon Valley is where all the technological magic of the world takes place. It is from there that we are getting advances in all areas of science via technology. However, what’s it really like in Silicon Valley? Alexandra Wolfe, a reporter for The Wall Street Journal, allows us an inside look. With …

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Ducati 90 Years: A Visual History Of Ducati Design


When we hear the name Ducati, we immediately conjure up an image of one of the most powerful motorcycles in the world. They deliver brutal speed with outstanding performance, and many men dream of riding one, someday. However, as tragic as 2016 seemed to a lot of people, it was still Ducati’s 90thAnniversary. So, to …

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