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c/o The Bazaar available at COS library

— 1 year ago
#buildings  #Arches  #dining  #Carving 
Raphael Moneo - National Museum of Roman Art, Mérida 1986 (click for detail). Via Lluis Casals. c/o subtilitas

Raphael Moneo - National Museum of Roman Art, Mérida 1986 (click for detail). Via Lluis Casals. c/o subtilitas

— 1 year ago with 344 notes
#art  #buildings  #bricks  #Arches 

C/O An Aesthete’s Lament… The living room, with chalk-white walls and vaulted ceiling and white marble floor. Armchairs designed by Eyre de Lanux were upholstered in white wool and gathered around a vast white divan that was flanked by white-plaster lamps with molded swags. The other dominant color accent in the house was black, in the painted door frames and window grilles as well as some furnishings. Alongside the divan, as well as standing in the far corner, are Jean-Michel Frank’s Ananas low tables. A leather hassock and a zebra-skin rug can be glimpsed at the photograph’s lower right-hand corner. Image by George Hoyningen-Huene for French “Vogue,” January 1935.
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C/O An Aesthete’s Lament The living room, with chalk-white walls and vaulted ceiling and white marble floor. Armchairs designed by Eyre de Lanux were upholstered in white wool and gathered around a vast white divan that was flanked by white-plaster lamps with molded swags. The other dominant color accent in the house was black, in the painted door frames and window grilles as well as some furnishings. Alongside the divan, as well as standing in the far corner, are Jean-Michel Frank’s Ananas low tables. A leather hassock and a zebra-skin rug can be glimpsed at the photograph’s lower right-hand corner. Image by George Hoyningen-Huene for French “Vogue,” January 1935.

How great to have such a full description transcribed on a blog….thanks

— 2 years ago with 5 notes
#Arches  #black & white