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Living In The Clouds

(BAD) Blog About Design: Living In The Clouds

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Living In The Clouds
French photographer Laurent Chehere was inspired by the 19th and 20th arrondissements of Paris for "Flying Houses". "Flying Houses" is a wonderful series, because it allows you to see each Parisian structure individually as opposed to right next to each other lining the streets. (ABOVE) This quaint Parisian cottage is decorated with window flower beds and a cute ceramic tile roof. (BELOW 1) What a stunning large picture window. I love the old architecture of this home. The stains to the facade and boarded windows all add to the structure's history. (BELOW 2) This modern Parisian structure is not only home to apartments, but also to McDonald's (currently craving a burger!) I kind of like the graffiti, what a great backdrop to some cool street style looks. (BELOW 3) anyone? I'm kind of short on words for this one. Did the fire take place when the structure was being photographed? (BELOW 4) This cute cottage with a view of the clouds and birds is for sale! Who wants to buy a property in the clouds? I'm a big fan of the rusted roof. What do you think of Laurent Chehere's "Flying Houses"?

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At August 23, 2012 at 1:12 PM , Blogger Erika [small shop] said...

So cool. Thank you for bringing this ingenuity to my attention!


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