Category Archives: travels

The Wall Poems 3

This cycle was a bit lost lately (as I was lost for the blog, for which I apologise…) and it’s high time to go back to Leiden, The Netherlands to visit the world of poetry which is present on every … Continue reading

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Falling Garden

This beautiful and peaceful installation was created by contemporary Swedish artists Gerda Steiner and Jörg Lenzlinger for 50th Biennial of Venice in 2003. In their work the artists design site-specific installations that envelop the viewer—epically and exquisitely. Falling Garden is a world in which botanical … Continue reading

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Rubik’s cube in urban space

We probably all know the Rubik’s cube and I am constantly amazed at how people master the skill of solving this little puzzle in astonishing time. But this is probably the first and also biggest Rubik cube which become a … Continue reading

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Kids Castle

This might be the greatest and most awesome playground for children I have ever seen. Or at least one of the coolest ones – for which child does not wish to visit a castle from fairytales, to become a knight … Continue reading

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High Hopes

I would have liked this mural for its title only. But I must say I like more about it – I love admire everything about it! “High Hopes” is a huge mural by Sainer, a member of a Polish Etam … Continue reading

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stairs 27

Stairs featuring a five-metre-high reproduction of Vincent van Gogh’s signature painting “Sunflowers”, were exhibited (as on July 2013, no idea if they still are) at the entrance to Ocean Terminal in Hong Kong.

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Combining the pleasant with the obligatory

Going to school isn’t always fun. Just as school buildings aren’t, too, very frequently. I know that this is changing, especially in the recent years, with children-friendly and education-friendly architecture, innovative solutions that make the learning more pleasant an attractive … Continue reading

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