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thekhooll:

Villa all’Argentario Lazzarini Pickering Architetti

(Fuente: archatlas)

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rubendomfer:

Dogs of the world (Tumblr) es un proyecto que Lili Chin empezó en 2008. 
En total, hay más de 200 razas de perro de diferentes orígenes representadas en estos posters.

rubendomfer:

Dogs of the world (Tumblr) es un proyecto que Lili Chin empezó en 2008.

En total, hay más de 200 razas de perro de diferentes orígenes representadas en estos posters.

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architags:

Barclay & Crousse Architecture. Equis House. Cañete, Peru. photos (c) Barclay & Crousse Architecture

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love-spain:

Ricardo Bofill - The ethereal renovation of an abandoned concrete factory to the architect’s own home and studio, Sant Just Desvern 1973. 

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love-spain:

"House in Ibiza 2" in Jesús, Balearic Islands, Spain by Roberto Ercilla

(Fuente: archdaily.com)

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newyorker:

In this week’s issue, John Lahr profiles Al Pacino:

“As an actor, Pacino has always been unafraid to do what he needs to in order to be in the moment; he trusts his instincts and explodes with whatever feelings come up. Performing, for him, is not so much a profession as a destiny. ‘This is what I’m meant to do,’ he told me. ‘It’s the cog in my life. With this, everything suddenly coheres.’”

Photograph by Dan Winters

newyorker:

In this week’s issue, John Lahr profiles Al Pacino:

“As an actor, Pacino has always been unafraid to do what he needs to in order to be in the moment; he trusts his instincts and explodes with whatever feelings come up. Performing, for him, is not so much a profession as a destiny. ‘This is what I’m meant to do,’ he told me. ‘It’s the cog in my life. With this, everything suddenly coheres.’”

Photograph by Dan Winters

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