Archive for landscape
excited for a little trip
in a couple of months!
Photos : Pemaquid Peninsula and Portland – R Todd King
these scans last week in a lovely email from my once instructor, now friend.
is an architect, illustrator and incredible inspiration.
I’m especially enamored with the work because it truly is a dying art.
[This work is from a couple of sketchbooks she filled on trips to Spain and India last fall - so beautiful!]
When did my sketchbook die?
Sketchbook Pages : Stephanie Bower
a few pics of the dreamy
They say it’s an octagon because Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II wanted it to be a hybrid of heaven (circle) and earth (square)
for an abandoned stable.
The Cáceres House in Guijo de Santa Barbara Spain
Images : ÁBATON Architects
to the desert next week!
These beauties are from 1 month ago when spring was really taking hold down there.
Nothing like the insane Lilacs and Cherry Blossoms of this week here, but still completely magic.
I’m hoping I haven’t missed the Saguaro with their little white flower caps…
Photos : RWM
I had the pleasure of attending a marvelous presentation given by the wonderful
the work becomes so much more beautiful (if that’s even possible) when you imagine the construction and design team sleeping on site under glass lanterns hanging from the trees, and lovely women in bright saris stopping by to trowel a floor on the way to a wedding…you could almost smell the monsoon water filling the perfect wells…
The magic of a proper process is an incredible inspiration,
even knowing that our version of the world is choosing Revit models over handmade ones.
“It takes as much time as it takes” – Bijoy Jain
Images : Palmyra House, Tara House – Studio Mumbai
my mind over the
at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden
laced with agonizingly lovely
and the age of each tree.
The blooming quince was over 100!
the sea darkens
and the duck’s voice
is faintly white
Photos : RWM
from Steven Harris
country house porn
for a little heart day romance.
Photos : Scott Frances