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Postcard of the Week: Chiswick House in London

I have a real penchant and curiosity for stately homes – I can’t get enough of them! These “dream houses” are mostly found in the very rural countryside, but even in our dear capital it’s possible to explore a gem of a stately home. 231 more words

Postcard Of The Week

Pretty Portmeirion

This one’s a little bit of a cheat because it’s not actually from my most recent Welsh trip; it’s actually from the year before but I figure I can call it a #WayBackWednesday post (I don’t even know if that’s an actual thing, but I can’t wait until #ThrowbackThursday because I have other things I want to be posting about) and shamelessly shoehorn it in; if only because it’s too pretty not to share. 170 more words


Zen Sushi Restaurant / Carlo Berarducci Architecture

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Interior Design

Santa Giulia Masterplan Milan, Italy 2003/Foster+Partners

The 605 residences planned for the Santa Giulia masterplan in Milan range from studios to family apartments, and their design is a fusion of Italian traditions and contemporary living. 80 more words

Architectural Blog

como lake view from Villa Balbianello

picture of the lake of como. Villa Balbianello, one of the most beautiful villas of the lake. Sight to the mountains sourronding the lake

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alley in Portico di Romagna medieval village in Italy

Portico di Romagna is a small village located in the Appennins, in Romagna, near Tuscany. It was part of Tuscany from the year 1400, passing through the Lorenzo il Magnifico seignory and was after the Italian union, part of the province of Florence until the year 1926. 54 more words



One of many house ruins in beautiful Pompeii, Italy.