I live and I love / Romancero Gitano
Hi! :) I’m a young student coming from Europe. I live with my two lovely adopted dogs, I’m a runner and above everything I love music. I’m pursuing two degrees simultaneously so Tumblr is, amongst other things, a vent and a haven when I’m not busy chasing University deadlines. 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, it’s existence has no higher purpose. Thank you for stopping by!
I live and I love / Romancero Gitano
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Madewell x Sézane
Madewell x Sézane
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roomonfiredesign:

Ravensburg Art Museum by Lederer Ragnarsdóttir Oei. Set in the medieval town of Ravensburg, Germany, the bricks used to construct this contemporary art museum were salvaged from a demolished 14th-century cloister near the Belgian border. As a result, the building blends in naturally with the cityscape that has developed over centuries.
roomonfiredesign:

Ravensburg Art Museum by Lederer Ragnarsdóttir Oei. Set in the medieval town of Ravensburg, Germany, the bricks used to construct this contemporary art museum were salvaged from a demolished 14th-century cloister near the Belgian border. As a result, the building blends in naturally with the cityscape that has developed over centuries.
roomonfiredesign:

Ravensburg Art Museum by Lederer Ragnarsdóttir Oei. Set in the medieval town of Ravensburg, Germany, the bricks used to construct this contemporary art museum were salvaged from a demolished 14th-century cloister near the Belgian border. As a result, the building blends in naturally with the cityscape that has developed over centuries.
roomonfiredesign:

Ravensburg Art Museum by Lederer Ragnarsdóttir Oei. Set in the medieval town of Ravensburg, Germany, the bricks used to construct this contemporary art museum were salvaged from a demolished 14th-century cloister near the Belgian border. As a result, the building blends in naturally with the cityscape that has developed over centuries.
roomonfiredesign:

Ravensburg Art Museum by Lederer Ragnarsdóttir Oei. Set in the medieval town of Ravensburg, Germany, the bricks used to construct this contemporary art museum were salvaged from a demolished 14th-century cloister near the Belgian border. As a result, the building blends in naturally with the cityscape that has developed over centuries.
roomonfiredesign:

Ravensburg Art Museum by Lederer Ragnarsdóttir Oei. Set in the medieval town of Ravensburg, Germany, the bricks used to construct this contemporary art museum were salvaged from a demolished 14th-century cloister near the Belgian border. As a result, the building blends in naturally with the cityscape that has developed over centuries.
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Q: Your blog is on point.
Asked by youngfolksociety
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fiore-rosso:

Ortner & Ortner BaukunstLeopold MuseumVienna, Austria
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springgreens:

We were given the opportunity to visit Nicola Tassie’s studio this month, a truly inspiring and encouraging woman.
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ephe:

Mieke Meijer, Dutch Invertuals, 2011
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Did you feel an obvious shift after the attention of Dragon Tattoo and the acclaim you got from it? Did you feel, ‘Oh, this is recognizably different’? 
"A little bit, but not like I expected or like people were warning me of. Because I look so different in the film. And even now, people don’t really recognize me, ever. And also, I have this weird gift of being able to walk through a room or walk through anywhere and, like, I can really go under the radar." - Rooney Mara for USA Today (2013)

Did you feel an obvious shift after the attention of Dragon Tattoo and the acclaim you got from it? Did you feel, ‘Oh, this is recognizably different’? 
"A little bit, but not like I expected or like people were warning me of. Because I look so different in the film. And even now, people don’t really recognize me, ever. And also, I have this weird gift of being able to walk through a room or walk through anywhere and, like, I can really go under the radar." - Rooney Mara for USA Today (2013)
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"Black is the color of light."
Henry Matisse, as quoted by Alexander Theroux in the essay, “Black” (via mythologyofblue)
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