Tag Archives: Portugal

For the love of libraries! 3

Taking you on another part of the journey thought the interesting libraries around the world, this time, unlike in the first and second part I won’t focus on the distinctions I have previously pictured – libraries from the Old and … Continue reading

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Lightbulb landscape

As part of a promotional effort to promote a new line of lighting solutions, IKEA Portugal partnered with LIKE Architects to create this fun illuminated walkway in the Belém Cultural Centre in Portugal. The lamps are programmed to have oscillating intensities, with … Continue reading

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For the love of libraries! 1

Inspired by a recent radio programme on a station I listen to all the time, and by the amount of books I read myself I decided to initiate another series. It turns out there are such amazing, breathtaking, groundbraking, new … Continue reading

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Lisbon Christmas Lights

Last year streets of Lisbon were decorated with special artistic installations designed especially for the Season – they were scattered in locations around the city centre. Most years, Lisbon celebrates Christmas with much fanfare, putting up huge a Christmas Tree. However, … Continue reading

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floating umbrellas

There are different ways of which a city can think to provide some shade for the pedestrains – some time ago I wrote about a shade of paper windmills, now my another favourite subject comes back – the umbrellas! This … Continue reading

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