A selection of images from my most recent trip to India. Above are from Thar Desert, Agra, Amritsar, Ranthambore, Jodhpur & Haridwar. Magical! So much to see & so much variety!
The above were taken on Nikon f100 using (mostly )Kodak Portra.
Developed at AG-Photolab and then scanned in on my trusty neg scanner. (Speson V500)
Its about time I frame some pictures, or at least print them and make an album for myself! :)
More will follow, hope you like!
Discovery at Brick Lane Up Market this weekend! SophieHome’s woolen geometric pattern throws and cushions. So obsessed with geometric patterns at the minute! Absolutely going to sell these to clients like hotcakes.
So I’ve recently come to terms with how desperate I am to have a ‘green wall’, it brings so much freaking vibrancy and life into a space (smells nice too i bet)….one for the future I think…I’m not so sure how impressed the landlords would be with a vertical compost bag stuck to my Kitchen wall.
Inspiring superb little green renovation by Michelle de la vega, from my beloved future home in Washington state.
She has successfully converted this old dusty garage with little to no future, into a stunning 250 sq foot ‘mini home’!
Michelle had initially taken out a mortgage on the main home within the plot, however was struggling to meet the mortgage re-payments, and so made the brave decision to move into the old garage next door.
Being unable to afford hiring an architect or contractors she completed much of the work herself!
Such clear evidence that anything can be accomplished if you put your heart and soul into it!!
Bible of all travelling books had arrived. Let the mindblowing experiences commence! Here I come Iceland, Transiberia, Talinn and Warsaw.
My latest creation! Relatively happy with it I think….much much more work than I anticipated to repair the drop leaf joints mind!
My latest design fettish: CORK
I genuinely can’t get enough of it…the honest, pure, earthy, warm, organic feel, how distinctly different each piece is, not to mention how renewable and eco-friendly it is too!
And now that I have discovered it can be bought in huge rolls…..next stop….CORK WALL.
Beautiful CorTen prefab redev of an old ruinous barn…..This is right up my street!
You rock my world Haworth-Tompkins Architects.