Lace passion // Fashion and Architecture
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As I have already said in one of my previous post (here) I am quite interested in the connections between fashion and architecture. Throughout history clothing and buildings have referenced one with the other in form and appearance. Architecture is using the same techniques that usually are used in fashion as: printing, weaving, pleating, folding. The latest trend for both it seems to be the lace. Below a selection of pictures, my weekly mood board. I hope you like it.
Musee de Louvre // Jean Nouvel
Roberto Cavalli’s home in Florence, Italy. Photo by Olivier Amsellem
Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Barcelona. Interior by designer Patricia Urquiola.
Shoe shop designed by Chris Briffa Architects