Facades and Interiors of Shops from a vintage Design Book called ‘Boutiques’, 1936. Via ein-bleistift-und-radiergummi
Ad Reinhardt, How to Look at Art, Arts & Architecture, January 1947
ink pen, thread, tracing paper
Courtyard in Classensgade
By 1:1 Landskab (2010)
“The idea consists of creating an intimate outdoor space which works as a social gathering point for the residents, but at the same time can be enjoyed as an aesthetic element from the kitchen window, where the “carpet” gives the viewer an entirely different visual experience. The carpet was chosen as a motive because it gives a personal expression and signal homely values and cosiness. The inspiration to the patterns came from the many carvings and ornaments at the facades in Østerbro, but has been carefully customized so it has its own unique identity.”
Photos by Anders Sune Berg
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