Tagged: architecture

H3500

Dear people,

I’m finally back after my two weeks of vacation. And as you all know, I’m always up for new and inspiring concepts. That’s why I want to introduce you all to H3500.

 

H3500

Our home is a translation of our personality. We want to show people the way we live or want to live. We want to share the feeling of our home to the world. Not many people know that this kind of communication starts with our house number. That is why I want to share this wonderful H3500 project with you all!

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Studio Hectica had the great idea to change the boring house numbers, in vibrant and attractive graphic pieces. That’s why they create a personal house number, that perfectly fits your way of living. They also make sure they use materials and techniques specially chosen for your house number. This with the right typeface and a new personal house number is born.

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We can surely say that these are house numbers made with care and love!
Thumbs up for this great idea! If you are interested in a personal house number, just check their site here!

Much love,

xoxo

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‘Deconstructed. Reimagined.’

Hi lovely people,

As you guys already know, I have a weakness for art and architecture! And what can make me more happy than a combination of these two? That’s right, nothing! That’s why I want to show you this series of pictures from Cory Stevens.

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Cory Stevens is a Canadian photographer. He made a series of pictures named ‘Deconstructed. Reimagined.’. In this series of pictures he turns normal everyday monuments and buildings into interesting images. Different facades, windows, ceilings and towers look really cool thanks to the kaleidoscopic effect. Cory Stevens really did a great job with this series of pictures! It’s always nice to see how art and architecture been brought together in an harmonic combination. So watch and enjoy!

Cory Stevens

Cory Stevens

Cory Stevens

Cory Stevens

Much love,

xoxo

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Time to break the long silence!

Dear people,

it looks like it has been ages since I posted something here. Well actually it is. i’m sorry for my negligence, there is no doubt I will make it up to you guys! I’m really working on some interesting blogposts that I will show to you guys soon! The reason why i’m not very active on here for the moment is because I’m studying for my re-examinations. So make sure you guys keep your fingers crossed for me!

BucharestBetween al the books, I also took some time to go on vacation with my boyfriend. I really needed a week just for myself to relax and to have a good time. We really had a lovely time in Bucharest! Here are some pictures of the trip we made. They aren’t very “professional”, but that is because it wasn’t always allowed to take pictures so many of the pictures were secretly taken with my phone.

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Bucharest

Much love

xoxo

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Rome Wasn’t Built In A Day!

Hi everybody,

It’s been very busy lately and that’s why I didn’t wrote much on my blog! But today I thought it was time for a new blogpost! It is a bit rainy in Belgium for the moment so I’m really looking forward to go on holiday! Last year I went to Rome and I had such a lovely time there. This year my boyfriend and I are planning to discover Bucharest! I’m not sure what I can expect but I’m in for some adventure!

RomeI made a lot of picture last year in Rome, but I didn’t had the chance yet to share them with you guys. I made a short selection of picture I made when visiting this beautiful city! I would love to go back soon because the food is great and the people are really lovely. Take a look and enjoy!

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Rome

much love

xoxo

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Iris van Herpen versus Zaha Hadid

Hi lovely people,

Last week, I had to hand in my paper I had to write for a school subject. On first thought, I was pretty sure that it would be really boring to write a paper. So I was searching for a subject that would be interesting to write about. When I was gazing around in some books I found this awesome quote: “Fashion is architecture: it is a matter of proportions.” – Coco Chanel. And suddenly that quote brought me to a great idea!

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I thought it would be awesome to put an architect and a fashion designer next to each other. Sinds I admire Zaha Hadid‘s work so much, it was very soon clear for me I would pick her as one of the two designers. After some searching I also found my second designer, Iris van Herpen. I was sure they would fit wel together!

Zaha Iris When I found my 2 favorite designers, I connected their designs into an image and analyzed them both on style, color, look, texture and much more. It was funny how similar both designs were apart form the fact the two designers weren’t inspired by each other! The two look very modern and sophisticated! What do you guys think?

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Zaha Iris xoxo

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A.CITYLIFE

Hi,

I had a lovely time in Antwerp yesterday. First Katrien and I did some shopping before going to the A.CITYLIFE night. A.CITLIFE was a mix of different interesting exhibitors. There were also some known faces who came to learn us some interesting things!

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One of them was Filip Deslee, known from VIER. He gave a presentation about interior design as sort of architecture. He learned us that, with some smart tricks, you can change your interior to something new and refreshing.

Also Veerle Dobbelaere was there for some tips to personalize your table when friends or family are coming over for dinner. How to make your guests feel comfortable and welcome.

Last but not least, I had a lovely chat with Emma. Emma is a flemish fashion and lifestyle guru. She came to give the people who wanted some fashion advice. Make sure you don’t forget to check out her blog!

Sweet kisses

xoxo

LOUIS VUITTON – MAISON ROME ETOILE

Is it hard to bring fashion and architecture together? Not for Louis Vuitton. They just opened the first Louis Vuitton Maison at the famous San Lorenzo in Lucina Square in Rome (Italy). I took a look inside when I was in Rome for 5 day’s. And I must say that I was very impressed. The store is really great, The building is incredible and the clothes, bags and shoes are stunning. Louis Vuitton did a great job by making a retail store in Rome’s oldest movie theater.

The Louis Vuitton Maison Etoile Rome includes a 19-seat cinema and a book room dedicated to italian cinema. The cinema will screen short films, documentaries and original LV creations. The concept of the movie theater and the Louis Vuitton retail experience are a perfect combination thanks to Peter Marino.