“… in the sense of being considered as a usefull tool of a certain value and you wonder sometimes why the devotion and loss of things and time and you know it is this flexible flowing form of architecture and nature that lives and moves, glows and blooms, dies and surprises, triggers excitement and love of novelty and curiosity that urges us on and on, up and down, deeper in a way…” – petra blaisse

01/06/2012 § 4 Comments

photography by thomas stellmach
design by inside outside and oma, dutch house (1993)

 

a beautiful project aging quite nicely.

 

happy friday

a young hare

 

 

notes:

[title]     Blaisse, Petra. Inside outside. Rotterdam: NAi, 2007. Print.

[images]     more photographs by thomas stellmach may be found on dysturb’s website.

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