Sunnylands-- A mid century modern masterpiece! This 200-acre former estate of publishing magnate and UK ambassador Walter Annenberg and his wife Lenore, dubbed Sunnylands, lets you peek into a lifestyle of the uber-rich and connected. The couples’ glass-walled 25,000-square-foot home is a mid-century modern masterpiece that showcases a notable art collection. Though many of the Annenberg’s original pieces are now on display in museums, outstanding replicas let you get a sense of how dizzyingly fabulous is—you’ll find works by Monet, Picasso, Van Gogh, and other masters. The artistic style unfolds in Sunnylands’ extensive gardens too—many are landscaped in sweeping bands of color to evoke Impressionist art. 😱⭐️✨
Believe in your potential. Block off any thought or energy that makes you feel any less. 😊
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The Grundtvig Church, Copenhagen by Jensen-Klint. Such an extraordinary example of expressionist architecture ✨👌🏻
With towers soaring 746 feet/227 meters into the sky, its span arcing across the mouth of San Francisco Bay, and all of it painted bright red-orange, the Golden Gate Bridge is, quite simply, amazing ✨🌁
Art becomes her | Ceiling art of Duomo, Firenze
Life is better when you are laughing. 😊
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Outpost. This beauty is by Olson Kundig Architects 📐 Located in Bellevue, USA 📍🇺🇸
Stop shrinking yourself to fit places you've outgrown. 😊😉 Photo credit by 📷 www.ventura-homes.com.au
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CUN Design ha probado los límites de su imaginación para transformar un antiguo edificio de fábrica en sus oficinas de Beijing llenas de la maravilla, la sofisticación y la historia del proceso de intercambio de ideas. // https://officesnapshots.com/2018/10/15/cun-design-offices-beijing/
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Fotografía: Su Tang, Wang Ting, Wang Jin
Check out this incredible Pinecone Treehouse designed by Dustin Feider! Located in California, USA 🇺🇸
Rainier Tower by Minoru Yamasaki, Seattle, 1977
A cool modernist tower resting impossibly on a narrow, curved 11-storey concrete base. Unbelievable until seen, then still unbelievable.
Like Yamasaki's Twin Towers, the top portion of the building is clad with vertical stripes of glazing and aluminium. The solid bottom, it has been reported, makes the building one of the safest places to be during an earthquake.
Mount Angel Library by Alvar Aalto, Portland, 1970
This West Coast subtle gem, located on the grounds of a cliffside Benedictine Abbey, unfolds in a surprising, superlative sequence of volume and light.
Aalto's semi-circular building, wrapped in strips of glass, changes remarkably as you move through – its centre stepping down to reveal fan-shaped book stacks below and an angled band of skylights providing soft light above.