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cjwho:

The Hälssen & Lyon Tea Calendar by Kolle Rebbe, Hamburg

The Hälssen & Lyon tea calendar is the first calendar in the world to feature calendar days made from tea leaves. Finely flavoured and pressed until wafer-thin, the 365 calendar days can be individually detached and brewed directly in the cup with hot water. The tea calendar was sent exclusively to selected business partners.

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18th-century London paintings meet Google Street View by shystone | via

In a fine example of the changing faces of a city and the ways we document our surroundings, shystone has taken 18th and 19th-century paintings of London and superimposed them on to present-day Google Street View screenshots, making a collage of London then and now.

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saintofsass:

Design magic.

未来のドア?

oblogdaspaisagens:

Huacachina, Peru  

An oasis in the Peruvian desert.

Huacachina is a village in the Ica Region, in southwestern Peru. It is located in the Ica Province, near the city of Ica in the Ica District. Huacachina has a population of 115 (1999). The oasis features on the back of the 50 Nuevo Sol note.

Huacachina is built around a small natural lake in the desert. Called the “oasis of America,” it serves as a resort for local families from the nearby city of Ica, and increasingly as an attraction for tourists drawn by the sports of sandboarding and taking dune buggy rides on sand dunes that stretch several hundred feet high.

Legend holds that the lagoon was created when a beautiful native princess was apprehended at her bath by a young hunter. She fled, leaving the pool of water she had been bathing in to become the lagoon. The folds of her mantle, streaming behind her as she ran, became the surrounding sand dunes. And the woman herself is rumored to still live in the oasis as a mermaid.

Currently, private landowners near the oasis have installed wells, in order to access the groundwater. This has had the effect of drastically reducing the level of water in the oasis. To compensate for this water loss, and preserve the oasis as an aesthetically pleasing destination for tourists, the city began a process of artificially pumping water into the oasis.[1]

The area is popular for both dune buggying and sandboarding.

砂漠の真ん中にポツンとある街

ryanpanos:

Sleeping Like A Bauhäusler | Via

Both an institution and a design philosophy, Bauhaus has been one of the greatest influences in modern design. Although forced to shut down in 1933, the historic buildings of the Bauhaus School at Dessau still exist as a museum and visitors’ centre, offering a wide range of activities related to the Bauhaus legacy. We recently found out that visitors now have the option to spend the night in one of the Bauhaus buildings, namely the Studio Building, which is where junior masters and promising students used to live and work. Built in 1926, the so-called ”Prellerhaus” - named after Friedrich Preller - includes 28 studio flats of about 24 square meters each (single- and double-bed), which offer a hospitality experience ‘‘in the Bauhaus style’’

obscuropedia:

Las Pozas, Mexico

Las Pozas dates back to 1947 when Edward James was living in Mexico, in semi-exile. Deep within the rainforests of Mexico, seven hours outside of Mexico City, lies a magical hidden gem that very few have had the pleasure of stumbling across. It’s called Las Pozas and it is a sculpture garden, tucked away from prying eyes and at one with nature. It was created by a man named Edward James, an eccentric man who spent millions to create this magical wonderland that’s comprised of 20 acres of natural waterfalls and mountain springs.

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Extension of Gubbio Cemetery Andrea Dragoni + Francesco Pes

Images by Alessandra Chemollo_ORCH