A montage of my various interests 

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  • thekhooll:

Malbaie VIII Residence MU Architecture
  • thekhooll:

Malbaie VIII Residence MU Architecture
  • thekhooll:

Malbaie VIII Residence MU Architecture
  • thekhooll:

Malbaie VIII Residence MU Architecture
  • thekhooll:

Malbaie VIII Residence MU Architecture

thekhooll:

Malbaie VIII Residence MU Architecture

  • subtilitas:

Dietrich Untertrifaller - House I, Schwarzenberg 1999. Via, photos (C) Ignacio Martinez.
  • subtilitas:

Dietrich Untertrifaller - House I, Schwarzenberg 1999. Via, photos (C) Ignacio Martinez.
  • subtilitas:

Dietrich Untertrifaller - House I, Schwarzenberg 1999. Via, photos (C) Ignacio Martinez.
  • subtilitas:

Dietrich Untertrifaller - House I, Schwarzenberg 1999. Via, photos (C) Ignacio Martinez.

subtilitas:

Dietrich Untertrifaller - House I, Schwarzenberg 1999. Via, photos (C) Ignacio Martinez.

  • dcpnomadictraveler:

88floors:

Quercus by Max Ashford

For the passionate…
  • dcpnomadictraveler:

88floors:

Quercus by Max Ashford

For the passionate…
  • dcpnomadictraveler:

88floors:

Quercus by Max Ashford

For the passionate…
  • dcpnomadictraveler:

88floors:

Quercus by Max Ashford

For the passionate…
  • dcpnomadictraveler:

88floors:

Quercus by Max Ashford

For the passionate…
  • dcpnomadictraveler:

88floors:

Quercus by Max Ashford

For the passionate…

dcpnomadictraveler:

88floors:

Quercus by Max Ashford

For the passionate…

  • itscolossal:

Table Topography: Wood Furniture Embedded with Glass Rivers and Lakes by Greg Klassen
  • itscolossal:

Table Topography: Wood Furniture Embedded with Glass Rivers and Lakes by Greg Klassen
  • itscolossal:

Table Topography: Wood Furniture Embedded with Glass Rivers and Lakes by Greg Klassen
  • itscolossal:

Table Topography: Wood Furniture Embedded with Glass Rivers and Lakes by Greg Klassen
  • itscolossal:

Table Topography: Wood Furniture Embedded with Glass Rivers and Lakes by Greg Klassen
  • weandthecolor:

House Near Boulder, Colorado by THA Architecture
THA Architecture designed the beautiful Sunshine Canyon Residence situated on a steep slope just seven miles from Boulder, Colorado.
You can find more information about the house on WATC.
Find WATC on:Facebook I Twitter I Google+ I Pinterest I Flipboard I Instagram
  • weandthecolor:

House Near Boulder, Colorado by THA Architecture
THA Architecture designed the beautiful Sunshine Canyon Residence situated on a steep slope just seven miles from Boulder, Colorado.
You can find more information about the house on WATC.
Find WATC on:Facebook I Twitter I Google+ I Pinterest I Flipboard I Instagram
  • weandthecolor:

House Near Boulder, Colorado by THA Architecture
THA Architecture designed the beautiful Sunshine Canyon Residence situated on a steep slope just seven miles from Boulder, Colorado.
You can find more information about the house on WATC.
Find WATC on:Facebook I Twitter I Google+ I Pinterest I Flipboard I Instagram
  • weandthecolor:

House Near Boulder, Colorado by THA Architecture
THA Architecture designed the beautiful Sunshine Canyon Residence situated on a steep slope just seven miles from Boulder, Colorado.
You can find more information about the house on WATC.
Find WATC on:Facebook I Twitter I Google+ I Pinterest I Flipboard I Instagram

weandthecolor:

House Near Boulder, Colorado by THA Architecture

THA Architecture designed the beautiful Sunshine Canyon Residence situated on a steep slope just seven miles from Boulder, Colorado.

You can find more information about the house on WATC.

Find WATC on:
Facebook
 I Twitter I Google+ I Pinterest I Flipboard I Instagram

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You will never
  • designismymuse:

The Capitol Hill Residence by Balance Associates Architects (via contemporist)
  • designismymuse:

The Capitol Hill Residence by Balance Associates Architects (via contemporist)
  • designismymuse:

The Capitol Hill Residence by Balance Associates Architects (via contemporist)
  • designismymuse:

The Capitol Hill Residence by Balance Associates Architects (via contemporist)

designismymuse:

The Capitol Hill Residence by Balance Associates Architects (via contemporist)

  • betype:

McMullins Brewery by Denton Pretorious
  • betype:

McMullins Brewery by Denton Pretorious
  • betype:

Komen Bake Sale by Amanda Charniak
  • betype:

Komen Bake Sale by Amanda Charniak
  • betype:

Komen Bake Sale by Amanda Charniak
  • betype:

Komen Bake Sale by Amanda Charniak
  • ashortinspiration:









Voyageur du Temps
















Located a short walk from downtown Los Altos, Voyageur du Temps (VDT) is an artisan bakery and café serving world-class bread, pastries and coffee. 
Voyageur du Temps, which means time traveler in French, was the vision of owner and local resident, Rie Rubin.







As the name suggests, Rie’s vision was a café that transported people back in time. A place that moved between tradition and modernity—that drew on the classic values of cooking and baking, but with a contemporary twist. Rie reached out to Character to help bring that vision life.



Character was tasked with designing and producing all elements of the VDT brand and café experience.




The goal was to develop an identity as beautiful and unexpected as the experience itself. Character’s studies explored the tension between the classic and the contemporary, the rustic and the refined.
The selected “V” logo identity was inspired by a Roman numeral five, found on an old clock in a French train station. This speaks perfectly both to the café’s theme of time travel and its location—an old Los Altos train station.
The photography art direction is natural and real. It captures the care and craftsmanship of the baking process and emphasizes VDT’s reliance on traditional baking techniques and use of the finest natural ingredients.







Once the VDT design language was established, Character extended it across the website, product packaging, interior and exterior signage, menu designs, merchandise, staff uniforms and business applications. Character carefully sourced all of the production vendors  to ensure that final deliverables exceeded expectations.



The cafe opened its doors to the public in March, 2014.
+: charactersf.com
  • ashortinspiration:









Voyageur du Temps
















Located a short walk from downtown Los Altos, Voyageur du Temps (VDT) is an artisan bakery and café serving world-class bread, pastries and coffee. 
Voyageur du Temps, which means time traveler in French, was the vision of owner and local resident, Rie Rubin.







As the name suggests, Rie’s vision was a café that transported people back in time. A place that moved between tradition and modernity—that drew on the classic values of cooking and baking, but with a contemporary twist. Rie reached out to Character to help bring that vision life.



Character was tasked with designing and producing all elements of the VDT brand and café experience.




The goal was to develop an identity as beautiful and unexpected as the experience itself. Character’s studies explored the tension between the classic and the contemporary, the rustic and the refined.
The selected “V” logo identity was inspired by a Roman numeral five, found on an old clock in a French train station. This speaks perfectly both to the café’s theme of time travel and its location—an old Los Altos train station.
The photography art direction is natural and real. It captures the care and craftsmanship of the baking process and emphasizes VDT’s reliance on traditional baking techniques and use of the finest natural ingredients.







Once the VDT design language was established, Character extended it across the website, product packaging, interior and exterior signage, menu designs, merchandise, staff uniforms and business applications. Character carefully sourced all of the production vendors  to ensure that final deliverables exceeded expectations.



The cafe opened its doors to the public in March, 2014.
+: charactersf.com
  • ashortinspiration:









Voyageur du Temps
















Located a short walk from downtown Los Altos, Voyageur du Temps (VDT) is an artisan bakery and café serving world-class bread, pastries and coffee. 
Voyageur du Temps, which means time traveler in French, was the vision of owner and local resident, Rie Rubin.







As the name suggests, Rie’s vision was a café that transported people back in time. A place that moved between tradition and modernity—that drew on the classic values of cooking and baking, but with a contemporary twist. Rie reached out to Character to help bring that vision life.



Character was tasked with designing and producing all elements of the VDT brand and café experience.




The goal was to develop an identity as beautiful and unexpected as the experience itself. Character’s studies explored the tension between the classic and the contemporary, the rustic and the refined.
The selected “V” logo identity was inspired by a Roman numeral five, found on an old clock in a French train station. This speaks perfectly both to the café’s theme of time travel and its location—an old Los Altos train station.
The photography art direction is natural and real. It captures the care and craftsmanship of the baking process and emphasizes VDT’s reliance on traditional baking techniques and use of the finest natural ingredients.







Once the VDT design language was established, Character extended it across the website, product packaging, interior and exterior signage, menu designs, merchandise, staff uniforms and business applications. Character carefully sourced all of the production vendors  to ensure that final deliverables exceeded expectations.



The cafe opened its doors to the public in March, 2014.
+: charactersf.com
  • ashortinspiration:









Voyageur du Temps
















Located a short walk from downtown Los Altos, Voyageur du Temps (VDT) is an artisan bakery and café serving world-class bread, pastries and coffee. 
Voyageur du Temps, which means time traveler in French, was the vision of owner and local resident, Rie Rubin.







As the name suggests, Rie’s vision was a café that transported people back in time. A place that moved between tradition and modernity—that drew on the classic values of cooking and baking, but with a contemporary twist. Rie reached out to Character to help bring that vision life.



Character was tasked with designing and producing all elements of the VDT brand and café experience.




The goal was to develop an identity as beautiful and unexpected as the experience itself. Character’s studies explored the tension between the classic and the contemporary, the rustic and the refined.
The selected “V” logo identity was inspired by a Roman numeral five, found on an old clock in a French train station. This speaks perfectly both to the café’s theme of time travel and its location—an old Los Altos train station.
The photography art direction is natural and real. It captures the care and craftsmanship of the baking process and emphasizes VDT’s reliance on traditional baking techniques and use of the finest natural ingredients.







Once the VDT design language was established, Character extended it across the website, product packaging, interior and exterior signage, menu designs, merchandise, staff uniforms and business applications. Character carefully sourced all of the production vendors  to ensure that final deliverables exceeded expectations.



The cafe opened its doors to the public in March, 2014.
+: charactersf.com
  • ashortinspiration:









Voyageur du Temps
















Located a short walk from downtown Los Altos, Voyageur du Temps (VDT) is an artisan bakery and café serving world-class bread, pastries and coffee. 
Voyageur du Temps, which means time traveler in French, was the vision of owner and local resident, Rie Rubin.







As the name suggests, Rie’s vision was a café that transported people back in time. A place that moved between tradition and modernity—that drew on the classic values of cooking and baking, but with a contemporary twist. Rie reached out to Character to help bring that vision life.



Character was tasked with designing and producing all elements of the VDT brand and café experience.




The goal was to develop an identity as beautiful and unexpected as the experience itself. Character’s studies explored the tension between the classic and the contemporary, the rustic and the refined.
The selected “V” logo identity was inspired by a Roman numeral five, found on an old clock in a French train station. This speaks perfectly both to the café’s theme of time travel and its location—an old Los Altos train station.
The photography art direction is natural and real. It captures the care and craftsmanship of the baking process and emphasizes VDT’s reliance on traditional baking techniques and use of the finest natural ingredients.







Once the VDT design language was established, Character extended it across the website, product packaging, interior and exterior signage, menu designs, merchandise, staff uniforms and business applications. Character carefully sourced all of the production vendors  to ensure that final deliverables exceeded expectations.



The cafe opened its doors to the public in March, 2014.
+: charactersf.com
  • ashortinspiration:









Voyageur du Temps
















Located a short walk from downtown Los Altos, Voyageur du Temps (VDT) is an artisan bakery and café serving world-class bread, pastries and coffee. 
Voyageur du Temps, which means time traveler in French, was the vision of owner and local resident, Rie Rubin.







As the name suggests, Rie’s vision was a café that transported people back in time. A place that moved between tradition and modernity—that drew on the classic values of cooking and baking, but with a contemporary twist. Rie reached out to Character to help bring that vision life.



Character was tasked with designing and producing all elements of the VDT brand and café experience.




The goal was to develop an identity as beautiful and unexpected as the experience itself. Character’s studies explored the tension between the classic and the contemporary, the rustic and the refined.
The selected “V” logo identity was inspired by a Roman numeral five, found on an old clock in a French train station. This speaks perfectly both to the café’s theme of time travel and its location—an old Los Altos train station.
The photography art direction is natural and real. It captures the care and craftsmanship of the baking process and emphasizes VDT’s reliance on traditional baking techniques and use of the finest natural ingredients.







Once the VDT design language was established, Character extended it across the website, product packaging, interior and exterior signage, menu designs, merchandise, staff uniforms and business applications. Character carefully sourced all of the production vendors  to ensure that final deliverables exceeded expectations.



The cafe opened its doors to the public in March, 2014.
+: charactersf.com

ashortinspiration:

Located a short walk from downtown Los Altos, Voyageur du Temps (VDT) is an artisan bakery and café serving world-class bread, pastries and coffee. 

Voyageur du Temps, which means time traveler in French, was the vision of owner and local resident, Rie Rubin.

As the name suggests, Rie’s vision was a café that transported people back in time. A place that moved between tradition and modernity—that drew on the classic values of cooking and baking, but with a contemporary twist. Rie reached out to Character to help bring that vision life.

Character was tasked with designing and producing all elements of the VDT brand and café experience.

The goal was to develop an identity as beautiful and unexpected as the experience itself. Character’s studies explored the tension between the classic and the contemporary, the rustic and the refined.

The selected “V” logo identity was inspired by a Roman numeral five, found on an old clock in a French train station. This speaks perfectly both to the café’s theme of time travel and its location—an old Los Altos train station.

The photography art direction is natural and real. It captures the care and craftsmanship of the baking process and emphasizes VDT’s reliance on traditional baking techniques and use of the finest natural ingredients.

Once the VDT design language was established, Character extended it across the website, product packaging, interior and exterior signage, menu designs, merchandise, staff uniforms and business applications. Character carefully sourced all of the production vendors  to ensure that final deliverables exceeded expectations.

The cafe opened its doors to the public in March, 2014.

+: charactersf.com

pray4jgivens:

Cool Kids Table. #CrimsonCordTour [shot x @paulbarger] @djefechto @mrswoope @prophiphop

pray4jgivens:

Cool Kids Table. #CrimsonCordTour [shot x @paulbarger] @djefechto @mrswoope @prophiphop