Monday, November 30, 2015

Takayuki Fukada | Grand Prix Winner of IAPLC 2015



The International Aquatic Plants Layout Contest 2015 updated the past record by receiving 2,545 entries in total from 69 countries and areas. Takayuki Fukada who is based in Tokyo is the first Japanese champion in 12 years. After the announcement of world rankings, ADAview conducted an interview with him. He talks about the journey to receive the Grand Prix, secrets for creations and his passion for his winning work, “Longing” in his aquarium room.
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Thursday, November 26, 2015

Light in Sant'Antimo | WeekEnd in Tuscany



Last weekend, I visited the Abbazia of Sant'Antimo, near Montalcino (Siena).  Everytime I go there, I'm awed by the natural light that plays inside through the 12th century windows and by the beauty of the naked interiors. As architect, I'll always have a lot to learn from masters of past centuries.
















Tuesday, November 17, 2015

La joie de vivre | Fonelle inspires



I'm an admirer of the pen of Sophie Fontanel. Her words about Charlie Hebdo and sweet funny people (les gens drôles) are always in my mind and also this time - after the Paris attacks - I don't miss a post from her. I loved to see reactions like the pianist playing in front of Le Bataclan or the humour of John Oliver or to read her own words:
"J'accepte ma tristesse, mais je refuse de me désespérer. Si je me désespère, ces fous auront gagné. Ils ne gagneront pas. It means : Give me art today. Give me beautiful souls. Give me the softest music. Give me "more than life" words. Give me a dancer, open arms. I need this to deal with my sadness. And with barbarism."

"Les musées, les cinémas, les salles de spectacles sont fermés aujourd'hui à Paris. Pour l'art et la nourriture qu'il apporte, il nous reste à fermer les yeux, et à penser à de belles choses, à ce genre de belles choses puissantes et sublimes qui existe en ce monde. Et à se dire que toute force physique n'est pas la destruction, toute détonation n'est pas la destruction. Ça peut être le saut du danseur, le jet de peinture du peintre, le coude en l'air du musicien qui attaque son morceau, le mot qui fait mouche. S'accrocher à cette idée car c'est elle qui aura le dernier mot, justement. Toujours. It means : every museum, every art places are closed in Paris today. So we make our own private museum, just by searching images full of a positive strength. #noureev, for example."

Thank you, Sophie!

Sophie Fontanel Instagram | Twitter | Fonelle Time


Saturday, November 14, 2015

For Paris | Joann Sfar



The great message of Joann Sfar via Instagram after the 13th november. I LOVE life!





Read more: Joann Sfar on Instagram - Article Le Soir

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