By Gilles & Boissier
Another semi-industrial haven taken from another linky obsession I will be borrowing more inspiration content from: http://www.yatzer.com
.Bohlin Cywinski Jackson Architecture.
Every opportunity I get, I try and learn more about the world of architecture, not for career interest purposes but simply because its complex workings within design are so intriguing. Its obvious I’ve fallen in love with the modern contemporary aesthetic, where clean lines meet unexpected contrast, versions of wood sculptured to create a home, a nest, a place where love is nurtured through bonds.
Furthermore I have noticed that these homes are created for more than just traditional functions, they act as part of a silhouette of comfort, sitting perfectly in the country side open fields, symbolising the passion it took to create the external beauty and the love that fills up their internal spaces. I refrain from using past references because I believe everything belongs to the moment in time in which it was created, regardless of the artists stated influences, which in this case is the 80s.
See more of the work created by this firm here: www.bcj.com Its all Marvellous!!
I WANNA LIVE THERE!! The split levels make for a grand full view of every corner of the ‘room’ from any spot in the ‘room’, do they make them like this in Joburg? [Me, laying on the couch, reading “New African Fashion” by Helen Jennings, a perfect sunday] simple lad huh?