Time Out…

…let’s take this opportunity for a fireside chat…

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Jan 24, 2013
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Choices, Choices…

…which would you choose…marshmallow or rock?

marshmallow-like sofa by kei harada

hand felted rock pillows by Ronel Jordaan, South Africa

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Jan 22, 2013
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As Promised…

…I have the names of the buildings shown in the previous architecture and fashion post, Do You Know…

1.  Frank Gehry’s Guggenheim Museum Bilbao for Vogue China.  Photo: Greg Kadel

2.  Congresso Nacional (1964), BrasiliaDesigned/Oscar Niemeyer.  Photo: Marcelo Krasilcic

3.  The Glass House (1949), New Canaan, Connecticut/Philip Johnson.  Photographed by Annie Liebovitz

4.  Chrysler Building (in background) (1930), New York City/William Van Alen.  Photo by Peter Lindbergh

5.  TWA Terminal Building (1962), New York City/Eero Saarinen.  Photo by Max Vadukul

6.  Ministry of Justice (1962),BrasiliaOscar Niemeyer.  Photo by Nagi Sakai

7.  Stahl House (Case Study House #22), (1959)Los Angeles/Pierre Koenig. Photo by Steven Chee

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Jan 22, 2013
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Do You Know…

…the names and locations of the famous buildings in these  fashion shoots?  The answers will be provided later today…

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Jan 21, 2013
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Down on the Farm…

…enjoy today’s visit…

Stone Edge Farm, Sonoma/Andrea Cochran

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Jan 20, 2013
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Just Because…

…I am having great fun with my Just Because board on cabbagerose pinterest.  Pinned to my Just Because board, you’ll find anything that delights my inner child.  Have a great weekend…

…an architectural delight…goat house…

…soft and fluffy…

…sparkly…

…baby, it’s cold outside…

…the young…and the young at heart…

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Jan 18, 2013
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Looks Good Enough to Eat…

highly-contrasted house/kabarowski misiura architects and black and white cookies…yum…

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Jan 17, 2013
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Flu Season…

…the flu season is vicious in the U.S. this year… I hope you are well overseas?  If necessary, I would choose to pick up my prescription from the ethereal Placebo Pharmacy by KLab Architecture

…Greek studio KLab Architecture created this pharmacy in Athens by wrapping a round facade punctured by Braille lettering over the existing octagonal building, with plants occupying the space in between…

…a bit of fun for the children…

…is it possible?  Do I spy shoes in the pharmacy?

…let’s go in and get what we need…

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Jan 17, 2013
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Sighted in the City…

Optical Glass House by Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP is in the midst of the busy city of Hiroshima, Japan…privacy and tranquility are provided by the glistening facade of suspended glass blocks…an oasis in the heart of urban hustle and bustle.  If you have time, please view the video…exterior and interior…perfection.

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Jan 16, 2013
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Enter…

…staircase by Belgian architect Vincent van Duysen…white marble…

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Jan 15, 2013
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I’ll Be In the Studio…

…I would be gung ho to work in a space such as this…the rockin’ Concrete Studio by Austin, Texas firm, Mell Lawrence Architects…operable steel windows, large sliding door, skylight, and concrete galore…Concrete Studio was built for a creative couple on their family compound.

…an awesome garden…

…a bit modern…

…a bit traditional…

…the furnishings and accessories depict my style (sorry, owners)…

…harmony…

…and now, drum roll, please…

Mell Lawrence Architects, cabbagerose blog presents you with a ‘concrete thumbs up’…thank you for the inspiration…

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Jan 14, 2013
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Nothing Short…

…of a work of art.  SAMI Arquitectos painted the hillside of a Portuguese island with a blackened timber home that provides stunning views which can be seen from the highest point of the land…C/Z House.

One who creates art and beauty from a blank canvass = Architect

photography by the impressive Fernando Guerra

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Jan 13, 2013
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NUDE: a photo series by Shinichi Maruyama…

Japanese photographer Shinichi Maruyama has created a stunning series of photos entitled Nude. Each swirling image was created by combining 10,000 distinct photos of a naked model dancing. The resultant swirling compositions at once envelop and obscure the dancers’ forms, while documenting the history of their dance.

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Jan 12, 2013
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