Friday, July 24, 2009

+...JuAn FRaNCiScO CaSaS...+

Awesomely brilliant Ballpoint drawings by Juan Francisco Casas

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+...I Do...+

Love these great color combination .................!!!!
from wedding reception of Ami and Nick

Thanks 2 JL Designs
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Thursday, July 23, 2009

+...BeAuTiEs aNd BeAsTs...+

"Beauties and Beasts" by Italian artist Nicoletta Ceccoli, at Roq La Rue Gallery in Seattle, Washington. It runs until August 8th, with the opening reception on Friday, July 24th from 6pm-9pm.

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+...I WaNt To Go 2...+

Tahiti is an “exotic Hawaiian-style residence” situated within 2046 sqm of tropical gardens at a captivating vantage point above Hermit Bay, Sydney.

Owned by Krok family and was bought for $29.5 millions in 2007. It was built in the 1960s by architect Douglas Snelling and the first interior design was made by Maggi Eckhardt.

As you can see the house has magnificent panoramas sweeping right across Sydney Harbor. Living areas are open to terraces near mosaic tiled wet edge pool. Everything in home is filled with luxury. There are quarters for staff and guests, six covered spaces plus parking for an additional four cars, billiard room and place for discotheque. In addition to light beige colors that all create amazingly warm interior.

Thanks 2 Digsdigs
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Location Cumberland Island, Georgia
Magazine W
Issue August 2009
Photographer Mario Sorrenti
Stylist Camilla Nickerson
Model Guinevere van Seenus

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+...SteLLa McCaRTnEy LuV BaMBi...+

Stella McCartney's campaign with Disney's naive touches and a clear message,
by Ryan McGinley and Stella McCartney.
They show us cute photos of Bambi and his friends, in a forest with model Sigrid Agren.

Bambi is a charismatic character who everyone likes, and who reminds us of the reality of fur and leather exploitation.It was created in a forest in Worcestershire, and Bambi and his friends are accompanied by a real fox.

Thanks 2 Viewon Fashion
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Wednesday, July 22, 2009

+...HoUsE 53...+

House 53 by Brazillian architect Marcio Kogan
Co-author Suzana Glogowski
Photography by Rômulo Fialdini

The House 53 by Brazillian architect Marcio Kogan, was designed following São Paulo city building laws and the site’s peculiar shape, which is just over 10 meters in front and approximately 30 meters in length. According to the legislation one can build in the neighborhood up to a two-floor building, settled upon the site’s lateral limits. A third floor is allowed as long as the lateral setbacks are respected.

The house was conceived as a wood and mortar monolithic block with another concrete and glass volume upon it. Due to the ground’s small front and volumetry, the box’s two edges had to make the most of light’s entrance, which explains the large windows. It was also desirable that these windows would make it possible to darken the internal environment whenever needed.

The house’s inferior volume, which comprises the living room on the first floor, and the bedrooms on the second floor, is a glass box with wooden brises that open as folding doors. The rooms’ front and back facades were designed to be completely closed or opened.

From the outside, when the brises (and the front wall, which follows the same language) are closed, it´s impossible to distinguish the openings, and all wooden surfaces make up a pure single volume, without bumps. When these brises are opened, the house looks like a large wood folding.

Thanks 2 Contemporist
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