Interview Germany, April 2014 (+) photographer: Robbie Fimmano Adriana Lima

Interview Germany, April 2014 (+)
photographer: Robbie Fimmano
Adriana Lima

Interview Germany, April 2014 (+) photographer: Robbie Fimmano Adriana Lima

Interview Germany, April 2014 (+)
photographer: Robbie Fimmano
Adriana Lima

Interview Germany, April 2014 (+) photographer: Robbie Fimmano Adriana Lima

Interview Germany, April 2014 (+)
photographer: Robbie Fimmano
Adriana Lima

The Secondary School of Morbio Inferiore, Switzerland (+)
architect: Mario Botta, 1972-1977

“Despite the subdued brutality in the character of its construction, the school’s design is basically organized around light. Natural illumination for the room is provided from diverse sources. The subtle upside-down bay windows in the facades, as well as the loggias that define each of the eight constructed bodies, functionally use light in a different way than would normally occur, and are aided by skylights located near the central backbone of the design…an axis that is modelled like a promenade, with junctions of passages and with indentations that are placed at regular intervals, in prospective, to assure the transparency of the empty space around which the building gels”. Francesco Dal Cò, “La pazienza delle cose” in Mario Botta, Architetture 1960-1985, Electa, Milano, 1985. (+)

photo: Mario Botta: Mittelschule, Morbio Inferiore by krss.

The Secondary School of Morbio Inferiore, Switzerland (+)

architect: Mario Botta, 1972-1977

“Despite the subdued brutality in the character of its construction, the school’s design is basically organized around light. Natural illumination for the room is provided from diverse sources. The subtle upside-down bay windows in the facades, as well as the loggias that define each of the eight constructed bodies, functionally use light in a different way than would normally occur, and are aided by skylights located near the central backbone of the design…an axis that is modelled like a promenade, with junctions of passages and with indentations that are placed at regular intervals, in prospective, to assure the transparency of the empty space around which the building gels”. Francesco Dal Cò, “La pazienza delle cose” in Mario Botta, Architetture 1960-1985, Electa, Milano, 1985. (+)

photo: Mario Botta: Mittelschule, Morbio Inferiore by krss.

photographer: Rokas Darulis Hélène Desmettre
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photographer: Rokas Darulis
Hélène Desmettre

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Saving this for the next time someone tells me I’m not very Indian.

Our lives, our cultures, are composed of many overlapping stories. Novelist Chimamanda Adichie tells the story of how she found her authentic cultural voice — and warns that if we hear only a single story about another person or country, we risk a critical misunderstanding.

What Are The Dangers Of A Single Story? : NPR

Liverpool 3-2 Manchester City

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"The Accidental Couple" (+) Elle Canada, May 2014 photographer: Leda & St Jacques Charlotte Cardin-Goyer

"The Accidental Couple" (+)
Elle Canada, May 2014 
photographer: Leda & St Jacques
Charlotte Cardin-Goyer

"The Accidental Couple" (+) Elle Canada, May 2014 photographer: Leda & St Jacques Charlotte Cardin-Goyer

"The Accidental Couple" (+)
Elle Canada, May 2014 
photographer: Leda & St Jacques
Charlotte Cardin-Goyer

"The Accidental Couple" (+) Elle Canada, May 2014 photographer: Leda & St Jacques Charlotte Cardin-Goyer

"The Accidental Couple" (+)
Elle Canada, May 2014 
photographer: Leda & St Jacques
Charlotte Cardin-Goyer

"The Accidental Couple" (+) Elle Canada, May 2014 photographer: Leda & St Jacques Charlotte Cardin-Goyer

"The Accidental Couple" (+)
Elle Canada, May 2014 
photographer: Leda & St Jacques
Charlotte Cardin-Goyer