Category Archives: Architecture

Fancy Roller Door

This  is an extravagant roller door for a shop in Lyon, France. I really                               like how the patterns are diverse but still work in unity … Continue reading

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Iron Lace! Iron Lace!

So when I look at my personal photos it seems I am extremely intrigued  by patterns,         particularly when they involve iron lace elements… Beautiful gothic style buildings in Paris. I love the layers and variety of   … Continue reading

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Wire Time!

One of the major themes of my sustainable textiles range is to either put                              small pieces together like parts of Nespresso pods to make up a … Continue reading

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The City Palace, Udaipur

The pictures below were all taken at the City Palace in the magical old part of Udaipur, India. The City Palace and city of Udaipur were established simultaneously by Maharana Udai Singh. It took 300 years to build the palace which … Continue reading

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Jantar Mantar-Delhi, India – architectural astrological instruments

So one of the highlights of my trip to India was visiting Jantar Mantar of Delhi!  It was almost surreal how huge and incredible the structures are. It definitely feeds into my design philosophy of successful design being both functional … Continue reading

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