small significant things in everyday life by giovanni, webdesigner and almost anthropologist
on the alps in paris on the alps in versailles (changed home often, lately).
Love mountains? See you on my mountain and climbing blog stile alpino
two colors, some lines, big visual strenght
That’s a (awesome) contrasted harmony between old and new.
By Bruno Erpicum & Partners in Belgium.
Casa Larga by Daniele Claudio Taddei in Brissago, Switzerland.
I love the wooden monolith aspect and the high-ceiling living room. I really can’t stand the pool tough: too bourgeois.
More @ contemporist
Annency - L’école supérieure d’art de l’agglomération d’Annecy est installée depuis 1995 dans un bâtiment labellisé « Patrimoine du XXe siècle » dû aux architectes Louis Miquel et André Wogenscky, et occupe une partie du site des Marquisats sur les rives du lac d’Annecy
Charles Eames’ conceptual diagram of the design process, displayed at the 1969 exhibition “What Is Design” at the Musée des Arts décoratifs in Paris. Pinched from Gloria Koenig’s excellent (and bargainous) book, Eames. Designers should be made to stare at this for ten minutes each morning. Conviction and enthusiasm: that’s what we should all be aiming for.
I love in particular the use of the expression: society as a whole. AS A WHOLE
SANAA won the Pritzker. I understand why.
Don’t need yo say that I’d like studing in a school like this.
Now, that’s thinking out of the box: windows instead of a wall, a house build around the next door neighbors cherry tree. Living-with couldn’t be better represented: we should stop thinking boundaries between us and the others as some walls that protect us and start see them as possibilities to live communicating (put what we are in common) with those next to us.