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enochliew:

Photographs by Christophe Jacrot
"I like the way rain, snow and ‘bad weather’ awaken a feeling of romantic fiction within me" explains Jacrot.
enochliew:

Photographs by Christophe Jacrot
"I like the way rain, snow and ‘bad weather’ awaken a feeling of romantic fiction within me" explains Jacrot.
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midcenturymodernfreak:

1950s Rare Teak HI-FI Cabinet | Design: George Nelson for Herman Miller | USA 
‘Thin Edge' cabinet with fully functional vintage tube Fisher stereo, turntable, amplifier, and JBL speaker - Via
midcenturymodernfreak:

1950s Rare Teak HI-FI Cabinet | Design: George Nelson for Herman Miller | USA 
‘Thin Edge' cabinet with fully functional vintage tube Fisher stereo, turntable, amplifier, and JBL speaker - Via
midcenturymodernfreak:

1950s Rare Teak HI-FI Cabinet | Design: George Nelson for Herman Miller | USA 
‘Thin Edge' cabinet with fully functional vintage tube Fisher stereo, turntable, amplifier, and JBL speaker - Via
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midcenturymodernfreak:

Advanced Styling Model For Buick Riviera | E-body c.Late 1960s - Via
midcenturymodernfreak:

Advanced Styling Model For Buick Riviera | E-body c.Late 1960s - Via
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thedsgnblog:

Hey   |   http://heystudio.es
"Christmas greetings cards for Monocle. Photography Roc Canals"
We are a design studio based in Barcelona. We mostly work in brand identity, illustration and editorial design. We always wanted to have our own style, and we believe we have achieved it. Geometry, color, direct typography. Let’s say purity. When we look back over our work we feel it is consistent, but we usually prefer to look forward.
We are small. We like it that way because it lets us stay close to our clients, be flexible and take care of every single detail at every step of the process. We’re sure you have read that before somewhere else, but we mean it. Work with us and you’ll see.
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Hey   |   http://heystudio.es
"Christmas greetings cards for Monocle. Photography Roc Canals"
We are a design studio based in Barcelona. We mostly work in brand identity, illustration and editorial design. We always wanted to have our own style, and we believe we have achieved it. Geometry, color, direct typography. Let’s say purity. When we look back over our work we feel it is consistent, but we usually prefer to look forward.
We are small. We like it that way because it lets us stay close to our clients, be flexible and take care of every single detail at every step of the process. We’re sure you have read that before somewhere else, but we mean it. Work with us and you’ll see.
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Hey   |   http://heystudio.es
"Christmas greetings cards for Monocle. Photography Roc Canals"
We are a design studio based in Barcelona. We mostly work in brand identity, illustration and editorial design. We always wanted to have our own style, and we believe we have achieved it. Geometry, color, direct typography. Let’s say purity. When we look back over our work we feel it is consistent, but we usually prefer to look forward.
We are small. We like it that way because it lets us stay close to our clients, be flexible and take care of every single detail at every step of the process. We’re sure you have read that before somewhere else, but we mean it. Work with us and you’ll see.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Hey   |   http://heystudio.es
"Christmas greetings cards for Monocle. Photography Roc Canals"
We are a design studio based in Barcelona. We mostly work in brand identity, illustration and editorial design. We always wanted to have our own style, and we believe we have achieved it. Geometry, color, direct typography. Let’s say purity. When we look back over our work we feel it is consistent, but we usually prefer to look forward.
We are small. We like it that way because it lets us stay close to our clients, be flexible and take care of every single detail at every step of the process. We’re sure you have read that before somewhere else, but we mean it. Work with us and you’ll see.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Hey   |   http://heystudio.es
"Christmas greetings cards for Monocle. Photography Roc Canals"
We are a design studio based in Barcelona. We mostly work in brand identity, illustration and editorial design. We always wanted to have our own style, and we believe we have achieved it. Geometry, color, direct typography. Let’s say purity. When we look back over our work we feel it is consistent, but we usually prefer to look forward.
We are small. We like it that way because it lets us stay close to our clients, be flexible and take care of every single detail at every step of the process. We’re sure you have read that before somewhere else, but we mean it. Work with us and you’ll see.
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Hey   |   http://heystudio.es
"Christmas greetings cards for Monocle. Photography Roc Canals"
We are a design studio based in Barcelona. We mostly work in brand identity, illustration and editorial design. We always wanted to have our own style, and we believe we have achieved it. Geometry, color, direct typography. Let’s say purity. When we look back over our work we feel it is consistent, but we usually prefer to look forward.
We are small. We like it that way because it lets us stay close to our clients, be flexible and take care of every single detail at every step of the process. We’re sure you have read that before somewhere else, but we mean it. Work with us and you’ll see.
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theimportanceofbeingmodernist:

Moon Shine: Crescent House, Golden Lane Estate, London by Chamberlin Powell and Bon-
Crescent House was the last of the blocks to be completed on The Golden Lane Estate in 1962. The block takes it name from its curving shape as it follows Goswell Road. The crescent motif is also repeated with the shape of the roofs which give the top floor flats a rather attractive barrel vaulted ceiling. The plans for Crescent house were overseen by Michael Neylan who was an assistant architect and draughtsman at Chamberlin Powell and Bon. The block has a more brutal aesthetic than the rest of the estate and is more in line with the exposed concrete blocks of The Barbican.
© 2013  Alex James Bruce
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theimportanceofbeingmodernist:

Moon Shine: Crescent House, Golden Lane Estate, London by Chamberlin Powell and Bon-
Crescent House was the last of the blocks to be completed on The Golden Lane Estate in 1962. The block takes it name from its curving shape as it follows Goswell Road. The crescent motif is also repeated with the shape of the roofs which give the top floor flats a rather attractive barrel vaulted ceiling. The plans for Crescent house were overseen by Michael Neylan who was an assistant architect and draughtsman at Chamberlin Powell and Bon. The block has a more brutal aesthetic than the rest of the estate and is more in line with the exposed concrete blocks of The Barbican.
© 2013  Alex James Bruce
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING MODERNIST : FACEBOOK | TWITTER
theimportanceofbeingmodernist:

Moon Shine: Crescent House, Golden Lane Estate, London by Chamberlin Powell and Bon-
Crescent House was the last of the blocks to be completed on The Golden Lane Estate in 1962. The block takes it name from its curving shape as it follows Goswell Road. The crescent motif is also repeated with the shape of the roofs which give the top floor flats a rather attractive barrel vaulted ceiling. The plans for Crescent house were overseen by Michael Neylan who was an assistant architect and draughtsman at Chamberlin Powell and Bon. The block has a more brutal aesthetic than the rest of the estate and is more in line with the exposed concrete blocks of The Barbican.
© 2013  Alex James Bruce
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING MODERNIST : FACEBOOK | TWITTER
theimportanceofbeingmodernist:

Moon Shine: Crescent House, Golden Lane Estate, London by Chamberlin Powell and Bon-
Crescent House was the last of the blocks to be completed on The Golden Lane Estate in 1962. The block takes it name from its curving shape as it follows Goswell Road. The crescent motif is also repeated with the shape of the roofs which give the top floor flats a rather attractive barrel vaulted ceiling. The plans for Crescent house were overseen by Michael Neylan who was an assistant architect and draughtsman at Chamberlin Powell and Bon. The block has a more brutal aesthetic than the rest of the estate and is more in line with the exposed concrete blocks of The Barbican.
© 2013  Alex James Bruce
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING MODERNIST : FACEBOOK | TWITTER
theimportanceofbeingmodernist:

Moon Shine: Crescent House, Golden Lane Estate, London by Chamberlin Powell and Bon-
Crescent House was the last of the blocks to be completed on The Golden Lane Estate in 1962. The block takes it name from its curving shape as it follows Goswell Road. The crescent motif is also repeated with the shape of the roofs which give the top floor flats a rather attractive barrel vaulted ceiling. The plans for Crescent house were overseen by Michael Neylan who was an assistant architect and draughtsman at Chamberlin Powell and Bon. The block has a more brutal aesthetic than the rest of the estate and is more in line with the exposed concrete blocks of The Barbican.
© 2013  Alex James Bruce
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING MODERNIST : FACEBOOK | TWITTER
theimportanceofbeingmodernist:

Moon Shine: Crescent House, Golden Lane Estate, London by Chamberlin Powell and Bon-
Crescent House was the last of the blocks to be completed on The Golden Lane Estate in 1962. The block takes it name from its curving shape as it follows Goswell Road. The crescent motif is also repeated with the shape of the roofs which give the top floor flats a rather attractive barrel vaulted ceiling. The plans for Crescent house were overseen by Michael Neylan who was an assistant architect and draughtsman at Chamberlin Powell and Bon. The block has a more brutal aesthetic than the rest of the estate and is more in line with the exposed concrete blocks of The Barbican.
© 2013  Alex James Bruce
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING MODERNIST : FACEBOOK | TWITTER
theimportanceofbeingmodernist:

Moon Shine: Crescent House, Golden Lane Estate, London by Chamberlin Powell and Bon-
Crescent House was the last of the blocks to be completed on The Golden Lane Estate in 1962. The block takes it name from its curving shape as it follows Goswell Road. The crescent motif is also repeated with the shape of the roofs which give the top floor flats a rather attractive barrel vaulted ceiling. The plans for Crescent house were overseen by Michael Neylan who was an assistant architect and draughtsman at Chamberlin Powell and Bon. The block has a more brutal aesthetic than the rest of the estate and is more in line with the exposed concrete blocks of The Barbican.
© 2013  Alex James Bruce
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING MODERNIST : FACEBOOK | TWITTER
theimportanceofbeingmodernist:

Moon Shine: Crescent House, Golden Lane Estate, London by Chamberlin Powell and Bon-
Crescent House was the last of the blocks to be completed on The Golden Lane Estate in 1962. The block takes it name from its curving shape as it follows Goswell Road. The crescent motif is also repeated with the shape of the roofs which give the top floor flats a rather attractive barrel vaulted ceiling. The plans for Crescent house were overseen by Michael Neylan who was an assistant architect and draughtsman at Chamberlin Powell and Bon. The block has a more brutal aesthetic than the rest of the estate and is more in line with the exposed concrete blocks of The Barbican.
© 2013  Alex James Bruce
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING MODERNIST : FACEBOOK | TWITTER
theimportanceofbeingmodernist:

Moon Shine: Crescent House, Golden Lane Estate, London by Chamberlin Powell and Bon-
Crescent House was the last of the blocks to be completed on The Golden Lane Estate in 1962. The block takes it name from its curving shape as it follows Goswell Road. The crescent motif is also repeated with the shape of the roofs which give the top floor flats a rather attractive barrel vaulted ceiling. The plans for Crescent house were overseen by Michael Neylan who was an assistant architect and draughtsman at Chamberlin Powell and Bon. The block has a more brutal aesthetic than the rest of the estate and is more in line with the exposed concrete blocks of The Barbican.
© 2013  Alex James Bruce
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING MODERNIST : FACEBOOK | TWITTER
theimportanceofbeingmodernist:

Moon Shine: Crescent House, Golden Lane Estate, London by Chamberlin Powell and Bon-
Crescent House was the last of the blocks to be completed on The Golden Lane Estate in 1962. The block takes it name from its curving shape as it follows Goswell Road. The crescent motif is also repeated with the shape of the roofs which give the top floor flats a rather attractive barrel vaulted ceiling. The plans for Crescent house were overseen by Michael Neylan who was an assistant architect and draughtsman at Chamberlin Powell and Bon. The block has a more brutal aesthetic than the rest of the estate and is more in line with the exposed concrete blocks of The Barbican.
© 2013  Alex James Bruce
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING MODERNIST : FACEBOOK | TWITTER
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leibal:

Interdesign is a minimalist interior located in Santiago, Chile, designed by bravo!. The bright interior is set with light tiled floors and light wood furniture and accents. The back of the reception area has storage cubes, while the main area is made up of two volumes.
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CYCLIQUE (short version) from NOhista on Vimeo.

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midcenturymodernfreak:

Then & Now
(Top) 1961 Carvel Ice Cream Store | Wantagh Ave. , Wantagh Long Island, NY
(Bottom) The same site today
Via: 1 | 2
midcenturymodernfreak:

Then & Now
(Top) 1961 Carvel Ice Cream Store | Wantagh Ave. , Wantagh Long Island, NY
(Bottom) The same site today
Via: 1 | 2
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capitolcouture:

Capitol Elite Celebrate the Quarter Quell 
The place to view the 75th Hunger Games was right where we were.
by Kaysa Minox
As our collective eyes are riveted to our hologram screens, we join together as a nation to watch our much-loved Victors enter the arena once more.  But the yearly intensity of the Hunger Games doesn’t end there—nor do the festivities of a Quarter Quell.  Naturally, the most elaborate viewing parties are going on right here in the Capitol.
Our annual Panem-sponsored fete is reserved for the city’s elite, hosting everyone from escorts to architects, engineers to artists. Here, the most cultured citizens swap gossip, exchange odds and even commiserate a bit over the passings to come. It’s cathartic for us all to come together.
Outside, drummers of the tribute parade flank the red-carpeted entry way. Their thudding beats—like the reverberations of our hearts—echo throughout the night.  Inside, power cells in their beehive pattern dangle from the ceiling in a ring of dancing spotlights for those brave enough to occupy them, while thousands of President Snow’s signature white roses languor in graceful bouquets on every surface.  Iridescent fish swim in upright centerpieces while guests gossip and feverishly discuss the Games, which are broadcasted at the front of the magnificent room.
Avox offer French macaroons and other delicacies from silver trays—sampled from a gluttonous spread over several long silk clothed tables. (I spotted one District escort eating dozens of light, meringue cookies, as she nervously watched her Victors onscreen.)  The sartorial trends are spot-on for fall, with feathers, leather, voluminous silhouettes and lots of hardware in full force.  Every avant-garde designer, from Tex Sevario to Bea Akerlund to Jeremy Scott is represented in the over-the-top ensembles of the crowd.
Notable guests include celebrated Capitol Couture designer Trish Summerville, Effie Trinket, and our own editor-in-chief Monica Corcoran Harel. Where are you watching the Games? Who are you wearing? Which District owns your loyalty?
capitolcouture:

Capitol Elite Celebrate the Quarter Quell 
The place to view the 75th Hunger Games was right where we were.
by Kaysa Minox
As our collective eyes are riveted to our hologram screens, we join together as a nation to watch our much-loved Victors enter the arena once more.  But the yearly intensity of the Hunger Games doesn’t end there—nor do the festivities of a Quarter Quell.  Naturally, the most elaborate viewing parties are going on right here in the Capitol.
Our annual Panem-sponsored fete is reserved for the city’s elite, hosting everyone from escorts to architects, engineers to artists. Here, the most cultured citizens swap gossip, exchange odds and even commiserate a bit over the passings to come. It’s cathartic for us all to come together.
Outside, drummers of the tribute parade flank the red-carpeted entry way. Their thudding beats—like the reverberations of our hearts—echo throughout the night.  Inside, power cells in their beehive pattern dangle from the ceiling in a ring of dancing spotlights for those brave enough to occupy them, while thousands of President Snow’s signature white roses languor in graceful bouquets on every surface.  Iridescent fish swim in upright centerpieces while guests gossip and feverishly discuss the Games, which are broadcasted at the front of the magnificent room.
Avox offer French macaroons and other delicacies from silver trays—sampled from a gluttonous spread over several long silk clothed tables. (I spotted one District escort eating dozens of light, meringue cookies, as she nervously watched her Victors onscreen.)  The sartorial trends are spot-on for fall, with feathers, leather, voluminous silhouettes and lots of hardware in full force.  Every avant-garde designer, from Tex Sevario to Bea Akerlund to Jeremy Scott is represented in the over-the-top ensembles of the crowd.
Notable guests include celebrated Capitol Couture designer Trish Summerville, Effie Trinket, and our own editor-in-chief Monica Corcoran Harel. Where are you watching the Games? Who are you wearing? Which District owns your loyalty?
capitolcouture:

Capitol Elite Celebrate the Quarter Quell 
The place to view the 75th Hunger Games was right where we were.
by Kaysa Minox
As our collective eyes are riveted to our hologram screens, we join together as a nation to watch our much-loved Victors enter the arena once more.  But the yearly intensity of the Hunger Games doesn’t end there—nor do the festivities of a Quarter Quell.  Naturally, the most elaborate viewing parties are going on right here in the Capitol.
Our annual Panem-sponsored fete is reserved for the city’s elite, hosting everyone from escorts to architects, engineers to artists. Here, the most cultured citizens swap gossip, exchange odds and even commiserate a bit over the passings to come. It’s cathartic for us all to come together.
Outside, drummers of the tribute parade flank the red-carpeted entry way. Their thudding beats—like the reverberations of our hearts—echo throughout the night.  Inside, power cells in their beehive pattern dangle from the ceiling in a ring of dancing spotlights for those brave enough to occupy them, while thousands of President Snow’s signature white roses languor in graceful bouquets on every surface.  Iridescent fish swim in upright centerpieces while guests gossip and feverishly discuss the Games, which are broadcasted at the front of the magnificent room.
Avox offer French macaroons and other delicacies from silver trays—sampled from a gluttonous spread over several long silk clothed tables. (I spotted one District escort eating dozens of light, meringue cookies, as she nervously watched her Victors onscreen.)  The sartorial trends are spot-on for fall, with feathers, leather, voluminous silhouettes and lots of hardware in full force.  Every avant-garde designer, from Tex Sevario to Bea Akerlund to Jeremy Scott is represented in the over-the-top ensembles of the crowd.
Notable guests include celebrated Capitol Couture designer Trish Summerville, Effie Trinket, and our own editor-in-chief Monica Corcoran Harel. Where are you watching the Games? Who are you wearing? Which District owns your loyalty?
capitolcouture:

Capitol Elite Celebrate the Quarter Quell 
The place to view the 75th Hunger Games was right where we were.
by Kaysa Minox
As our collective eyes are riveted to our hologram screens, we join together as a nation to watch our much-loved Victors enter the arena once more.  But the yearly intensity of the Hunger Games doesn’t end there—nor do the festivities of a Quarter Quell.  Naturally, the most elaborate viewing parties are going on right here in the Capitol.
Our annual Panem-sponsored fete is reserved for the city’s elite, hosting everyone from escorts to architects, engineers to artists. Here, the most cultured citizens swap gossip, exchange odds and even commiserate a bit over the passings to come. It’s cathartic for us all to come together.
Outside, drummers of the tribute parade flank the red-carpeted entry way. Their thudding beats—like the reverberations of our hearts—echo throughout the night.  Inside, power cells in their beehive pattern dangle from the ceiling in a ring of dancing spotlights for those brave enough to occupy them, while thousands of President Snow’s signature white roses languor in graceful bouquets on every surface.  Iridescent fish swim in upright centerpieces while guests gossip and feverishly discuss the Games, which are broadcasted at the front of the magnificent room.
Avox offer French macaroons and other delicacies from silver trays—sampled from a gluttonous spread over several long silk clothed tables. (I spotted one District escort eating dozens of light, meringue cookies, as she nervously watched her Victors onscreen.)  The sartorial trends are spot-on for fall, with feathers, leather, voluminous silhouettes and lots of hardware in full force.  Every avant-garde designer, from Tex Sevario to Bea Akerlund to Jeremy Scott is represented in the over-the-top ensembles of the crowd.
Notable guests include celebrated Capitol Couture designer Trish Summerville, Effie Trinket, and our own editor-in-chief Monica Corcoran Harel. Where are you watching the Games? Who are you wearing? Which District owns your loyalty?