13 oct. 2015

Project Apollo Archive

These Flickr albums is worth seeing. Such impressive images from the first time in history human kind landed in moon.






7 sept. 2015

31 jul. 2015

François Champsaur




Amazing interiors designed by François Champsaur are pure inspiration.

24 may. 2015

Studio Gustav



On my research of spaces with personality and style I found Oliver Gustav Studio

30 abr. 2015

Vincezo de Cotiis






Following previous posts about things that are inspiring me right now. Vincenzo de Cotiis has a very specific personal style caring a lot about the detail. He is honest with material and has this industrail which look that is so trendy right now.


12 mar. 2015

Gainsbury & Whiting

The production company behind all Alexander McQueen fashion shows, nothing else needs to be said







gainsburyandwhiting.com

3 mar. 2015

Architecture at Large








It is nice to put a name after some of the references I have been using for the past years. Architecture at Large is a New York base interior architecture and design company with an extreme but delicate taste for design.


12 feb. 2015

I see Fashion Everywhere






a very cool blog for fashion lovers...
http://whereiseefashion.tumblr.com/

11 feb. 2015

Joseph Dirand













It has been a while since I post anything. The main reason why it is because the purpose of the blog it is obsolete as Pinterest it is now my image reference storage and inspiration. Plus I have not had done that much research for the last year. 

While I am in the process of transition to a new blog format in which I am going to write more about my ideas about architecture and design, I am going to try to compile a series of entries with my references used for the past year or so...

A while ago I shared on my Twitter account a Joseph Dirand interview for the New York Times. He shows his amazing apartment in Paris. Somehow it condensed his style and approach to design. I consider mr Dirand work one of the most relevant interior designers and architects of the moment. His work condense a a-temporary, universal, European approach to design that distance from the Scandinavian trend we have been having for the past 10 years. A more grow up minimalist style that combines rich materials, with vintage classic designs. All his projects are a useful reference and inspiration for any of the projects I have work for the past year.

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