Monday, 1 September 2014

Concept Model

The Italian Pavilion EXPO2010 | Design: Giampaolo Imbrighi, Teresa Crescenzi, Antonello De Bonis, Cosimo Dominelli, Iodicearchitetti (Francesco Iodice, Giuseppe Iodice, Marcello Silvestre).

Congratulation to Pierre Wüthrich, first year at (EPFL), he realized a vertical Theater concept model, amazing work. 

Love this model, but I don't have any information or reference. 
If anyone has, please let me know.
Thank you very much :)


Concrete Houses

House On The Beach / BAK Architect, 950sqm.
Architects: BAK Architects
Location: Villa Gesell, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina
Design And Project Management: María Victoria Besonias, Guillermo de Almeida, Luciano Kruk.
Collaborators: Alejandro Pomies
Photographs: Guillerme Morelli

DESIGN FETISH: Creative Concrete Bench

Rethinking the Split House / Neri & Hu Design and Research Office.

© Pedro Pegenaute Architects: Neri & Hu Design and Research Office Location: Shanghai, China Area: 193 sqm Year: 2012 Photographs: Pedro Pegenaute  

Gennevilliers Training center / Atelier d'Architecture Brenac-Gonzalez
© Sergio Grazia Architects: Atelier d'Architecture Brenac-Gonzalez Location: Gennevilliers, France Project Manager: Mathieu Garcia Area: 7,820 sqm Year: 


Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Crazy Jewelry

It's been a while since my last post, I was away dancing with the dance team of "Resodanse" I will show you a few pictures on my next post. But first of all let me show you a few jewelry that I'm really crazy about. I will try to find some of it in our local stores... might be a bit difficult but I will try.

Friday, 21 March 2014

Summer by the Sea

After so many years having a family taking care of me, it is time that I start to take care of my Mom, she is the most beautiful woman, she has a huge heart but lately got some health issues but she keeps going on with a big smile.

So I decided to take her to the Sea, because she loves it so much. She once told me that she has always been very happy when she could go on vacation in South of France, it's like going to Walt Disney for a kid.

Here a few pictures of the places which inspire our next trip.

Wednesday, 19 March 2014

Travel is not always Fun

Traveling isn't always Fun, specially when it comes to Business Trips. Here are a few tips that might help you to get ready for your trip on time.
If I'm not wrong my Boss has been seating in Planes almost 300 times since he started to work in our Office, (he's got the right count, I will ask him later on.) Can you imagine spending most of your time traveling for Business, not being able to have a good sleep, having meetings and meetings and at the end you might even forget in which Country you are, because going from your Hotel to the Office/Suppliers or Conference Room, you might never see the blue sky above your head.
Luckily not all Business Trips are like that, sometimes you can have an afternoon off to relax :-)


Girls, take note of the following possible Travel Checklist  :-)

Oreo Pops

Uhmmm delicious Oreo Pops, I will do this for my two little sweet hearts Nahel and Lhiam (sons of my friend Joelle). ♥


Hey Kid, what do you want to do when you grow up?

You’ve Heard of Brushing Your Hair, but Swedish Brides Brush Their Bodies

In some corners of the world, it’s believed that brushing the hair 100 strokes a day will result in Rapunzel-like tresses. In Sweden, it’s believed that brushing the body once a day will result in smooth, clear, cellulite-free skin. Before showering, Nordic beauties grab a natural-bristle body brush (or a dry, vegetable-fiber loofah) and brush their skin in long strokes towards the heart, starting with their extremities and working inward. The two-minute regimen achieves two-fold results: “It increases skin circulation to improve glow and toxin removal and exfoliates dead skin cells to allow fresh new cells to come to the surface faster,” says Jessica Krant, MD, MPH, founder of Art of Dermatology. I actually do that every morning and it does help to have a smooth and clear skin.

Once a week I try to go to the Spa in my town, I love going to the Sauna. With good reason. Physically, nothing is more reinvigorating than a deep, healthy sweat every day. Tension fades. Muscles unwind. Mentally, we emerge relaxed, revived and ready for whatever the day may bring. Before going to the Sauna you can always use your body brush. 

Monday, 17 March 2014

Quote of the day

Dream House by the Sea

Amazing Houses

House by Koppler and Davis