You get what you work for,
Can't school anymore.
Oops it rhymed, kinda. 😭
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in churches, I’ve never be fond of “overloading”, too many things, more often than not on top of each other, overwhelming, but not in a good way...as for any rule, there’s the exception, that is, when this “overloading” is done elegantly, in such a way that everything looks balanced, right where it should be...and Cappella Palatina is exactly like that, impossibly beautiful! 😍
taken with Leica D-Lux, edited with #vsco#vscocam
Not many museums left such a powerful impression on me like the @glyptoteket in Copenhagen. Founded by Danish brewer and art collector Carl Jacobsen in 1888, it hosts a large collection of ancient marble sculptures, modern masterpieces and also palm trees, all in an enormous space with a very “clean” aestethic. I particularly liked sculptures with their original coloring restored, like a bust of Caligula that looks eerily alive. 🇩🇰🇩🇰🇩🇰
“Ti ho aspettato per giorni, mesi e anni
Ho sorriso ai passanti, infranto mille sguardi
Ho aperto finestre e chiuso le porte
Se vuoi farti amare trova un modo per entrare”
A distanza di cinque anni ci siamo rivisti ❤️
Where are my fellow architecture nerds at? 🙋🏻♀️ Here’s a super interesting bit of architecture found in... wait for it... downtown Cleveland, Ohio!
This is the dome atop the rotunda in the old Cleveland Trust Co. building, which was built back in 1907 by George B. Post (who designed, among other things, the New York Stock Exchange). The dome is done in a Tiffany style, though historians don’t think it’s genuine Tiffany glass.
But the funnest fun fact about this extremely Instagrammable building? It’s now home to a Heinen’s grocery store!
I don’t think I’ve ever been as in-awe while grocery shopping as I was here.
Where in the world have you found unexpectedly amazing architecture?