I live and I love / Romancero Gitano
Hi, my name's N and I come from Europe. I'm a busy student and when I'm not chasing deadlines at University, I love to take photos, cook and enjoy in little things that everyday life brings. My 'diet' consists of design, architecture, literature, movies, fashion, good food and wine. This visual diary is a mélange of things I find inspiring and aesthetically pleasing, other than that, this tumblr's existence has no higher purpose... Thank you for stopping by! :)
I live and I love / Romancero Gitano
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Q: That view is astounding. You can make it through your exams!
Asked by anirtak-marie
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chrisbrinleejr:

 ”Do one thing every day that scares you.”
- Eleanor Rooselvelt
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cjwho:

Moose Road Residence by Mork Ulnes Architects | via
Three locally known land formations can be seen from the site of this project: Eagle Rock, a mountain ridge, and the valley of vineyards below. The main challenge was to frame these three separate views while at the same time, preserving each existing oak tree on site. The three fingers extend precisely in between the existing trees, each oriented toward a land formation.
The house was constructed on steel stilts to avoid severing tree roots. To cut cost as well as meet sustainability goals of the clients, the building was designed using standard sized, off the shelf sheet-goods (unfinished plywood and OSB) to minimize waste. The building was accomplished with a tiny budget (under $190 per square foot).
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cjwho:

Moose Road Residence by Mork Ulnes Architects | via
Three locally known land formations can be seen from the site of this project: Eagle Rock, a mountain ridge, and the valley of vineyards below. The main challenge was to frame these three separate views while at the same time, preserving each existing oak tree on site. The three fingers extend precisely in between the existing trees, each oriented toward a land formation.
The house was constructed on steel stilts to avoid severing tree roots. To cut cost as well as meet sustainability goals of the clients, the building was designed using standard sized, off the shelf sheet-goods (unfinished plywood and OSB) to minimize waste. The building was accomplished with a tiny budget (under $190 per square foot).
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cjwho:

Moose Road Residence by Mork Ulnes Architects | via
Three locally known land formations can be seen from the site of this project: Eagle Rock, a mountain ridge, and the valley of vineyards below. The main challenge was to frame these three separate views while at the same time, preserving each existing oak tree on site. The three fingers extend precisely in between the existing trees, each oriented toward a land formation.
The house was constructed on steel stilts to avoid severing tree roots. To cut cost as well as meet sustainability goals of the clients, the building was designed using standard sized, off the shelf sheet-goods (unfinished plywood and OSB) to minimize waste. The building was accomplished with a tiny budget (under $190 per square foot).
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cjwho:

Moose Road Residence by Mork Ulnes Architects | via
Three locally known land formations can be seen from the site of this project: Eagle Rock, a mountain ridge, and the valley of vineyards below. The main challenge was to frame these three separate views while at the same time, preserving each existing oak tree on site. The three fingers extend precisely in between the existing trees, each oriented toward a land formation.
The house was constructed on steel stilts to avoid severing tree roots. To cut cost as well as meet sustainability goals of the clients, the building was designed using standard sized, off the shelf sheet-goods (unfinished plywood and OSB) to minimize waste. The building was accomplished with a tiny budget (under $190 per square foot).
CJWHO:  facebook  |  instagram | twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
cjwho:

Moose Road Residence by Mork Ulnes Architects | via
Three locally known land formations can be seen from the site of this project: Eagle Rock, a mountain ridge, and the valley of vineyards below. The main challenge was to frame these three separate views while at the same time, preserving each existing oak tree on site. The three fingers extend precisely in between the existing trees, each oriented toward a land formation.
The house was constructed on steel stilts to avoid severing tree roots. To cut cost as well as meet sustainability goals of the clients, the building was designed using standard sized, off the shelf sheet-goods (unfinished plywood and OSB) to minimize waste. The building was accomplished with a tiny budget (under $190 per square foot).
CJWHO:  facebook  |  instagram | twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
cjwho:

Moose Road Residence by Mork Ulnes Architects | via
Three locally known land formations can be seen from the site of this project: Eagle Rock, a mountain ridge, and the valley of vineyards below. The main challenge was to frame these three separate views while at the same time, preserving each existing oak tree on site. The three fingers extend precisely in between the existing trees, each oriented toward a land formation.
The house was constructed on steel stilts to avoid severing tree roots. To cut cost as well as meet sustainability goals of the clients, the building was designed using standard sized, off the shelf sheet-goods (unfinished plywood and OSB) to minimize waste. The building was accomplished with a tiny budget (under $190 per square foot).
CJWHO:  facebook  |  instagram | twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
cjwho:

Moose Road Residence by Mork Ulnes Architects | via
Three locally known land formations can be seen from the site of this project: Eagle Rock, a mountain ridge, and the valley of vineyards below. The main challenge was to frame these three separate views while at the same time, preserving each existing oak tree on site. The three fingers extend precisely in between the existing trees, each oriented toward a land formation.
The house was constructed on steel stilts to avoid severing tree roots. To cut cost as well as meet sustainability goals of the clients, the building was designed using standard sized, off the shelf sheet-goods (unfinished plywood and OSB) to minimize waste. The building was accomplished with a tiny budget (under $190 per square foot).
CJWHO:  facebook  |  instagram | twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
cjwho:

Moose Road Residence by Mork Ulnes Architects | via
Three locally known land formations can be seen from the site of this project: Eagle Rock, a mountain ridge, and the valley of vineyards below. The main challenge was to frame these three separate views while at the same time, preserving each existing oak tree on site. The three fingers extend precisely in between the existing trees, each oriented toward a land formation.
The house was constructed on steel stilts to avoid severing tree roots. To cut cost as well as meet sustainability goals of the clients, the building was designed using standard sized, off the shelf sheet-goods (unfinished plywood and OSB) to minimize waste. The building was accomplished with a tiny budget (under $190 per square foot).
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paris2london:

(via Camille Over the Rainbow: Because I’m happy)
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"And the days that I keep my gratitude higher than my expectations, I have really good days."
Ray Wylie Hubbard (via youngfolksociety)
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archilovers:

The Cave - Nakatsu, Japan by Eto Kenta Atelier Architects
http://bit.ly/1q5UdFk
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Photograph by Scott Schuman for The Sartorialist
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scandinaviancollectors:

Eero Saarinen (Finnish-American) Tulip dining table (1956) and Charles & Ray Eames Wire dining chairs (1951). Interior from The Lily Street House by ODR Architects and Life Space Journey, Melbourne. / Contemporist
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"My problem is that I fall in love with words, rather than actions. I fall in love with ideas and thoughts, instead of reality. And it will be the death of me."
(via corvus-s)
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vjeranski:

Anish Kapoor. Untitled, 1997.
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scandinaviancollectors:

 Oscar Niemeyer, 1907 - 2012 Casa das Canoas, 1952, Rio de Janeiro
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scandinaviancollectors:

Knife Edge Mirror Two Piece by Henry Moore, 1962-1965. National Gallery of Art, Washington DC.