Tag Archive: Architecture

Le Corbusier Pavillon Zürich

Impeccable clean lines, painfully sharp primary colours and elegant finishing’s of minimalism bring the simplicity and practicality of Le Corbusier’s five points of a new architecture together in a blissful, magical place.

Le Corbusier in Berlin

Born Charles-Édouard Jeanneret-Gris, Corbusier (6 Oct. 1887 – 27 Aug. 1965) renamed himself in the early 1920s as his design ideas around urban housing and standards of living began to trend. Not an… Continue reading

Manchester: Home of more than just football soccer

Living in the shadows of football colour rivalry is England’s second largest city. Offering far more than just post-game pub clashes and riots, Manchester is once again a growing city with a proud… Continue reading

The many social and artistic layers of Ciudad de Mexico.

The smog haunts the city like Monet’s Londres, le Parlement. Trouée de soleil dans le brouillard and the sounds of impatient horns eco between the Aztec, Teotihuacan and Colonial infrastructures that make up… Continue reading