LAS MENTES OCUPADAS, LAS ALMAS LIMPIAS Y LOS CORAZONES SATISFECHOS NO TIENEN TIEMPO NI INTERÉS EN JUZGAR A LOS DEMÁS.
Massive aww factor on this petite Victorian in northwest Evanston. Since I am congenitally incapable of looking at anything without conjuring up all sorts of enhancements, all of which cost💰, here I humbly suggest a vintage oak door, restored front window with simple drapes visible, blue paint accents brought upward and greenery - maybe boxwood - bottom left. But then again, this is pretty perfect just as it is.
239 Greenwood, a quirky (see steeple & winged statuary) 7400 sq ft behemoth built in the late 1800s by Robert Sheppard on an area of “Block 34” subdivided after construction of the Charles Dawes mansion just to the east. Sheppard purchased from Arthur Ducat, a Union officer in the Civil War & big time insurance & fire prevention expert.
Today’s mix of autumn light and cold winter air envelop a crisp traditional home on storied Sheridan Road. Named in honor of General Philip Henry Sheridan, its 62 miles coast along lakefront parks, mansions and historic sites all the way to Racine.
Gray & black Italianate + Euonymus Alatus = architectural equivalent of Piazza Sempione + Hermes accessory.
Travelled to my Uni just to take a photo with the new Teatro behind. So much feels! 📸
A series of pendulum mappings of Iao Hon in Macau.