Mid August and very hot, as usual in this part of the globe. I want to share with you some beautiful swimming pools to ‘freshen up’ your day a bit.
These pools are situated in idyllic places and I think they have been very well designed, by considering the space and the amazing nature that surrounds the area, and by using natural materials such as wood and stone.
photos via AD Mexico , AD France .
There are many good things about the city of Lisbon. The Portuguese capital is well known for its ancient history, Fado music, culture and architectural diversity, among other interesting things.
I’d like to share here some photos I took of my favorites places and buildings around this beautiful city.
I hope you like them too!
Jardim da Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian.
Modern glass building attached to an old facade in Rua Braamcamp.
Monument in the Miradouro do Parque Eduardo VII.
View from Parque Eduardo VII.
Ponte 25 de Abril.
Typical Tiled facade.
Small Tiled Fountain detail.
Traditional Portuguese Building.
Embaixada Mall, Praça do Principe Real.
Mosterio dos Jerónimos.
To celebrate ‘My Time In Design’ 4th Anniversary, I have gathered 4 posts I created during these years – not that I like being nostalgic but, just to remember all those moments of inspiration 😉
1. The first image is from a beautiful residence in Hawaii. I think it is Time to Relax.
See full post here.
2. Welcome Home. I’m sure you can get some great ideas from this original hall.
Find more inspiration here.
3. This astonishing house with a privileged view, was designed by SAOTA and Antoni Associates.
See all the project here
4. Make the most of your home, and create your little paradise.
More ideas here
Every time I travel to a new place, I capture beautiful images with my camera. In this occasion, this is the coastline near Lisbon, Portugal.
Linear architecture contrasts with the natural environment of the region where palm trees, wild flowers, cactus, and high cliffs share the magnificent views to the Atlantic Ocean.