What a place! It is on Sauchiehall Street and it was opened 1903 by business woman Catherine Cranston. She told Mackintosh that he would have unlimited resources and her goal was to establish a place where even woman could meet outside their homes. I never thought about the fact, that shopping could be difficult, but there were now possibilities for women to go out unchaperoned and there were no bathrooms for them to go to.
Haus am Horn—an experimental building for an exposition in 1923—is the only buildt Bauhaus architecture in Weimar.
During winter we really struggled to spend our weekends on the countryside in the little house on the prairie because it was freezing cold (outside AND inside). But now you can smell and hear it: Spring is near. The singing birds are waking us up in the morning and I start becoming motivated for some […]
I was completely overwhelmed when I entered this small house at the borders of Aix-en-Provence. It was here in this place where Cézanne painted all his still lifes. When I studied art at high-school, those still lives where my subject for more than a year and I knew all the objects I saw there by […]
Another month and we quite advanced with our project. But we are surely looking forward to normal life as well. master bedroom with dinosaur: before / after garden and porch shiva room kitchen Nature is going summer-nuts in the garden and around the house But the best thing is: Friends are coming (including Igor the […]