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Sixten Sasons a-perspectival trips into the world of architecture, mother of all arts.
Versuche zur Überwindung der 08/15-copy/paste-Bildkultur.
A constantly evolving digital library.
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"(...) there’s a hell of a good universe next door; let’s go"
e.e. cummings
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Meanwhile, that universe out there can wait. Finding perfect balance in a kind of 'concept of normality' and a search for the qualities of everyday life are worthy & sensible. Far away from the fake monstrous weirdness, some people tend to create. You may call that boring. I don't (mind).
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random-research:

Eileen Grey  / E-1027

kitten-vintage:

In the late 1920s and early 1930s, Eileen Gray designed and furnished herself a new modern home, ‘Tempe à Pailla’ , outside Menton, a space designed for her to dwell and work, which could be constantly changed with multi-purpose furniture, like her day bed.

b22-design:

Eileen Gray

b22-design:
“Eileen Gray (1878 -1976)
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b22-design:

Eileen Gray (1878 -1976)

vntgtravel:

Marseille - Point de Départ de la Côte d'Azur Travel Poster (Paris Lyon Mediteranée Rail Line,1929)

vintagepromotions:

Poster advertising Toulon, Cote d'Azur, France (c. 1950). Artwork by Totsy Garcin.

Jean Nouvel, Pierres et Vacances Housing, Cap d'Ail, 1987-91       

andallshallbewell:
“La Cote D'Azur.,..the south of France.
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andallshallbewell:

La Cote D'Azur.,..the south of France.