What is Ice?
It’s in our homes, our food, and we wouldn’t have ice skating or certain winter sports without it. Whether you’re someone who enjoys a good game of ice hockey, or a lazy holiday maker who likes nothing better than a freezing cold Popsicle on the beach, ice forms part of our everyday lives.
Jukkasjarvi, Sweden: An 8 mile dog sled journey is one of the best ways to get to the Kuruna’s Ice Hotel - an ice castle built each year beginning in October using 10,000 tons of ice and 30,000 tons of snow.
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Winter Carnival... Design On Ice
Winter Carnival, St. Paul, Minnesota; google images One of the elements important to seasonal design is being true to where you are at the time… both figuratively & literally. Inhabitants in areas that experience serious winters know what to expect after the frost first appears, and actually adopt nature’s chilly characteristics into their lives. They have learned to embrace the iciness! Many cities in the northern United States and Canada celebrate the season with festive carnivals. Having…
Winter Frolics, St. Paul Winter Carnival Ice Palace Article including pictures of Intelligent Architectural Lighting.
St. Paul Winter Carnival Ice Palace Article including pictures of Intelligent Architectural and Entertainment Lighting which received the International Illumination Design Awards in 1992.
St. Paul Winter Carnival - 1992 Ice Palace
©1991 Saint Paul Winter Carnival Here are three postcards of the 1992 St. Paul Winter Winter Carnival Ice Palace--or Castle or Structure. Each of these three postcards used a different name, but the preferred name is Palace. According to a "Fun Fact" on the St. Paul Winter Carnival website: "Since a Palace is looked upon as a home to royalty, we have always used the word Palace vs. Castle as many people associate the word castle as a negative, like Dracula's Castle." The second postcard has…