I am not in the kitchen today. Or the gym. I am in the sunshine. It’s 7 degrees in February and all I want to do is play outside.
So instead of a standard post I am sharing an assortment of things that have been inspiring me over the last week.
Memories of this fantastic production of Cruel and Tender by Canadian director Atom Egoyan.
While the play itself had some interesting thematic content I was completely enamoured with the cinematic quality of the staging. Visually stunning.
A few snapshots of design details I fell in love with at the Interior Design Show. For some reason I keep returning to these ones.
Hidden in a 600 square meter big garden in Berlins’ neighborhood Kreuzberg, Rosmarie Köckenberger welcomes her guests, friends and residents to have a coffee and a warm chat in her KJOSK. An almost 50 year old, white painted double-decker bus is used as a mom-and-pop store where people can play Super Mario together, eat local sausages and have a after work beer. Rosmarie offers with her KJOSK a special place, overgrown with greens, to settle back from the bustle of a big city in a familiar atmosphere.
Off to enjoy the day! Hope you’re finding inspiration in unexpected places on this Monday afternoon…