martes, 5 de noviembre de 2013

@weissenhofsiedlung haus 13 . by le corbusier

very little time and too much excitement to be in a complete neighbourhood built by the bauhaus in sttutgart. while for most of the houses of the weissenhofsiedlung gets this of "you can only see them from the outside" since is people living in them, there are a few where you can visit inside. this le corbusier haus 13 felt like a really clean, minimal space and was great to see how things that are envisioned to go beyond their time remain totally modern. i love this emptiness and cleaness, just very little furniture, lots of natural light, all like a empty space giving you lots of space to the thoughts to wander, keeps the mind clear. very zen. the colours and how they worked with the light. loved it. such a marvellous space. really looking forward to go to tel aviv and visit as many bauhaus houses as possible! :)  photo f207eb0a-bdea-49c6-ad08-06afb7d10201_zpscd86abb3.jpg  photo Foto_zpsfe76ffe2.jpg photo 2d2f2600-4b35-4a20-bf32-c7b86509e2ad_zps14743744.jpg  photo weissenhofsiedlung-stuttgart-bei-nacht_zpsd4fc4a7a.jpg photo 5e979019-b6dc-4b79-aded-b0c16dbac5d3_zps979e3754.jpg  photo 9d615919-f6ed-4283-a32b-601b2b275ab3_zps2f9ea999.jpg  photo 1_Bildschirmfoto2013-11-05um171437_zps2911d8f1.jpg dont forget that once the house was built (1927), it was used it as a backdrop location for a car advertising and the effect was quite shockening. also you could notice the same effect on some of the little original furniture that is still present in the house like the kitchen stove , etc. amazing how advanced was the arquitect on his vision in comparison to the design wave of his living time.  photo le_corbusier_zps238b20f7.jpg

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