Ola Ola, passando para dizer que o Brasil vai receber a sua primeira exposição de arte imersiva. A exposição vai ocorrer em 2022, ano em que o Brasil celebra o centenário da Semana de Arte Moderna de 1922. A exposição Beyond Van Gogh será uma incrível viagem extrasensasorial através das obras, cores e sentimentos interpretados nas obras de arte do artista.
Em uma enorme instalação moderna, que abraça e acolhe o espectador de todas as idades, as cores e as emoções impressas nas obras de Vicent Van Gogh serão apresentadas de uma maneira pop e sensorial, em um pavilhão de mais de 2.000 metros quadradosespecialmente construído no estacionamento do piso G4 do MorumbiShopping para abrigar a exposição.
Beyond Van Gogh chega a São Paulo em 17 de março de 2022 e a Brasília, no ParkShopping, em julho de 2022.
Hello Hello, passing by to say that Brazil will host its first immersive art exhibition. The exhibition will take place in 2022, the year in which Brazil celebrates the centenary of the Week of Modern Art in 1922. The exhibition Beyond Van Gogh will be an incredible extrasensorial journey through the works, colors and feelings interpreted in the artist’s works of art.
In a huge modern installation, which embraces and welcomes viewers of all ages, the colors and emotions imprinted in Vincent Van Gogh’s works will be presented in a pop and sensory way, in a pavilion measuring more than 2,000 square meters specially built in the parking lot of the G4 floor of MorumbiShopping to house the exhibition.
Beyond Van Gogh arrives in São Paulo on March 17, 2022 and Brasília, at ParkShopping, in July 2022.
If there is a country full of fascinating places with a lot of history, architecture and spectacular cuisine, it is surely Italy, and its capital, Rome, is one of my unforgettable destinations!
The “Eternal City,” as it is known, was founded in 735 b.C and is one of the most important cities in world history, one of the only cities in the world where great and ancient monuments were kept and became calling cards of the city.
On my last visit, I explored every corner of the Italian city. The best option is to take a bike tour. The tour lasts around 1 hour, especially at the end of the night, when the streets are empty and less crowded, and besides being a cheap option, it allows you to enjoy the view better during the trip.
You can rent an electric bike from Get Your Guide for € 25 1 – 3 days, with helmet, padlock, child seat up to 4 years old and insurance included.
Next, I’ll tell you more about the places I recommend for the tour:
Colosseum: Considered one of the 7 greatest wonders in the world, opened around 80 a.D, it hosted the famous “Bread and Circus” where thousands of Romans watched gladiators battling each other or with animals. Due to its well preserved ruins, the place is the main tourist spot of Rome and is therefore VERY popular. So the tip is to buy the ticket in advance and get the fast pass to avoid the stress of a mile line. Access Get Your Guide by clicking hereand get it now!
Roman Forum and the Paladin: Tickets are included to those of the Colosseum and they are side by side, so when you leave the Colosseum, stop by! The Arch of Titus, the Giulia Basilica and the Temple of Saturn are all part of the forum building which is a large open square, so check the weather and avoid going on a rainy day! The forum was the center of Roman public life; elections, political speeches and criminal proceedings were held there, thus becoming known as the “cradle of law”.
Pantheon: From the Latin, Pantheon means “of all gods”, the Pantheon is over 2,000 years old and is the best preserved structure of ancient Rome. Today it is used as a Catholic church and prayer temple, but was formerly used as a temple for the worship of gods such as Saturn, Venus, Neptune and so on. Also inside there were buried personalities, like painters Raffaello and Annibale Caracci, kings Vittorio and Emanuele II and queen Margherita.
Fontana Di Trevi: The Rome icon just behind the Colosseum. Who has never dreamed of throwing a penny in the fountain to make a wish? Designed by Nicola Salvi, the fountain is located at the tre vie intersection, giving the name Di Trevi, marking the end of one of the city’s oldest aqueducts, the Aqua Virgo. However, since 2007, the source has been supplied by a pump that brings water from the city’s supply system. In the middle of the fountain is the statue of the Ocean god leading a shell drawn by two seahorses. The fountain is on the facade of Palazzo Poli, which is home to the Istituto Centrale per la Grafica and the Istituto Nazionale per la Grafica museum, which are also worth a visit!
Piazza Di Spagna: Next to the Palazzo Fendi already mentioned in a previous post, the square is a show apart for the beauty and the alleys around it! The piazza was inaugurated in the 16th century, consecrated by the Trinità dei Monti church , giving its name to the famous stairway of 135 steps, Escalinata di Trinità dei Monti, where tourists and residents sit, enjoying the city, especially in spring / summer where the gardens that decorate the staircase are flowery. A great tour for those who want to enjoy the city, both day and night, and want to try Italian cuisine, as there are several options of cafes and restaurants around it.
Via dei Condotti: next to Piazza Di Spagna is located the paradise of shopping and fashion. There you can find boutiques of major Italian brands like Prada, Valentino, Armani, Gucci, Cartier and others. In addition, the street and the architecture of the place itself make the visit worth it.
Already know Rome and the most visited sights? Do you have a favorite place that you can not miss in your city tour? Tell me in the comments!
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The Residence of Munich (German: Münchner Residenz) is a palace in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. Situated in the city center, it was the official residence of the dukes, voters, and kings of Bavaria.
The site is the largest urban palace in Germany, currently serving as an interior decoration museum, considered one of the most beautiful in Europe.
The former German palace has been expanded over time and is now surrounded by a large complex, the largest in southern Germany, comprising 10 courtyards and the 130-room museum. In addition to the museum, the complex also houses a concert hall, the Royal Treasure House and the Cuvilliés Theater.
The architecture and style of the residence were adapting and blending as the changes were taking place on site and have an interesting mix of Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, and Classicism styles.
There is an urban legend that if you touch one of the two lions at the front of the complex this will bring you luck. Is it true? Well worth a try! I believe that the greatest luck and the greatest privilege is to know this charming palace and its history.
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Have you considered staying in a luxury hotel in the middle of the Valle de Guadalupe mountains in Mexico? If so, Encuentro Guadalupe is the right destination!
The hotel, which is in the winery region, is my favorite place when I want to disconnect from everything and enjoy nature. According to the hotel itself, Encuentro is “a space that invites our guests to enjoy the common areas and reuniting with themselves, keeping in touch with nature, respecting the surroundings and admiring the wonderful landscape that the Guadalupe Valley offers us”.
Encuentro has 22 lofts made for the guests to relax. Each room has its own terrace, mountain views, local-made wine floors – the hotel has seven hectares of vineyard – and an outdoor clay kiva. Everything to enjoy the stay and connect with nature.
Valuing the experience, Encuentro welcomes each visitor with a drink of their own production, that can be enjoyed while visiting the winery and admiring the view from the lobby. The wines tasted by guests are produced right there in the hotel’s owned vineyards. Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Nebbiolo are some of the types that make up the hotel’s wine cellar.
Its architecture is rustic and uses elements of nature in its composition, such as decorative objects made of logs, fireplaces built with clay, natural stones composing the decoration of the lofts. All connected with the view of the mountains, which can be enjoyed from the glass walls surrounding the hotel.
About the gastronomy, the hotel has the Origin restaurant, which works as an “open kitchen”, where guests can watch the execution of the dishes, made by chef Omar Valenzuela. Each dish is a combination of flavors, shapes and colors that explores ingredients from northern Baja California.
In addition, the hotel features the Raw Oyster Bar, headed by chef Melissa Navaro, whose signatures are oyster dishes and drinks that delight the guest with their beauty and taste.
And did you already know about Encuentro Guadalupe? When passing through Mexico, be sure to visit the hotel! Book your stay right now clicking here! Also see more about tours and activities in the area through Get Your Guide.
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The Broad is a contemporary art museum founded by philanthropists Eli and Edythe Broad on Grand Avenue in downtown Los Angeles in 2015.
The expressive façade of the museum was designed by the renowned Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Gensler. With its innovative “veil and vault” concept, the $ 140 million building has 120,000 square feet and features two floors of galleries to showcase Broad’s comprehensive collection. It is also home to the Broad Art Foundation’s global lending library.
The museum is enveloped on all sides by the “veil”, an airy honeycomb structure that runs through the long-lasting gallery and provides natural light to the inner environment, a sustainable and beautiful architecture.
Eli and Edy Broad began to build their own contemporary art collection with the belief that the largest collections of art are built when art is being made, the Broads have led to collecting the art of their own time. Thus Broad has become home to more than 2,000 large collection works, one of the most prominent post-war explorations and contemporary art in the world.
With profound representations of contemporary influential artists such as Jean-Michel Basquiat, Barbara Kruger, Cy Twombly, Ed Ruscha, Kara Walker, Christopher Wool, Jeff Koons, Joseph Beuys, Jasper Johns, Cindy Sherman, Robert Rauschenberg and more. The Broad enriches, provokes, inspires and promotes appreciation of the art of our time.
For those interested in visiting this place, and know that it is worth it, entrance is free and the place operates on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 11 am to 5 pm, Thursday to Saturday from 11 am to 8 pm and Sundays from 11 am to 6 pm and is located at 221 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA.
I hope you have enjoyed getting to know The Broad a little bit, and if you have already been there leaving your experiences in the comments.
For those who like “Instagram destinations”, The Sketch Bar & Restaurant in London is a great choice. Considered one of the most photogenic restaurants in the world, Sketch has 5 halls, including an art gallery, tea room, cafeteria, bar and restaurant.
The restaurant, created in 2002 by Mourad Mazouz, was designed to impress its visitors with its architecture, design, music, art and, of course, gastronomy. The place occupies two floors of the building that once housed Christian Dior’s atelier and the Royal Institute of British Architects.
Each space was developed by designers and artists, who created unique works of art to integrate each one of the five halls. In addition, the restaurant has hosted over 50 exhibitions by various world-renowned artists.
The Gallery, one of the most frequented lounges, serves tea and dinner. The room, all decorated in shades of pink, has works featured by artist David Shirgley on its walls and its decoration is inpired on the sixties’ architecture.
The Lecture Room & Library is Skecth’s most luxurious lounge, decorated with Swarovski crystals, inspired by the design of a jewelry box. With two Michelin stars, its menu, signed by chef Pierre Gagnaire, features dishes of unusual combinations and an extensive wine selection.
The Parlor has more intimate atmosphere and works all day long as a lounge, cafeteria and patisserie. The Glade lounge alludes to an enchanted forest with its romantic décor, serving breakfast, tea and cocktails.
Lastly, The East Bar has the most modern decor and works as a bar, serving drinks with Djs to cheer up the visitors. It’s worth the visit!
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If you are looking for fashion and luxury architecture, comfort and a prime location in Rome, Fendi Private Suites is the perfect choice for your stay.
Close to famous sights such as the beautiful Piazza di Spagna and Via Condotti shopping paradise, the hotel boasts a spectacular structure starting with Fendi’s Flagship Boutique at the entrance, a hall marked by sober-toned architecture and Carrara marble walls, also presented in all the rooms ensuring a comfortable feeling.
The hotel has 4 types of suites: Pallazo Suite, Deluxe Suite, Junior Suite and Corner Suite. The Corner Suite is the largest and most luxurious, its 59sqm are separated into two areas to ensure the guests privacy, with collections of contemporary limited edition furniture and items from exclusive designers from the Fendi Casa collection, original Karl Lagerfeld’s photo archives honoring Rome Fountains and Fendi Casa Makò satin cotton bedding.
Guests of any suite has a privileged view from the city of Rome and great natural light, french’s Diptyque bath products, Fendi Casa’s sheets and towels, Wi-Fi, Flat-screen TV with movie channel access, breakfast complimentary, pillow menu and priority reservations at Zuma restaurant.
Zuma is a contemporary Japanese cuisine restaurant by the famous chef Rainer Becker. Presented in a lot of countries all around world, the restaurant is located on the top two floors of the hotel, with a great view of the city, especially at night and preferably with a cocktail.
Wonderful, isn’t it ?!
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From August 22nd to September 29th, D&D Shopping in partnership with the Sheraton Hotel, will be holding the first edition of the D&D HOTEL’DESIGN show, which brings together the best names of architecture and decoration, ideas and solutions for hotels, flats and inns market focused on investors and professionals of the segment.
There are 23 spaces divided into 18 suites, three rooms in the hotel lobby and halls with the challenge of creating concept environments. Architect Carlos Rossi, a professional in the high-end architecture and decoration market for 25 years, signs “The View” suite, which, as its name suggests, has a great view of the Estaiada Bridge (city postcard), inspiration for an urban environment and potentially masculine aesthetics that has everything to do with the business tourist, so common in São Paulo, with elegance and personality.
The suite has approximately 39 m² fully integrated as requested by a contemporary hotel. “When I first visited, I came across a lower ceiling that made it possible to create a ‘box’ with floor, wall and lining in dark tones that sound minimalist and give impact and personality”, says Carlos Rossi who put the bathtub in evidence, creating a poetic atmosphere to the space.
Following, the headroom rises and includes the bed, living and bench with warm and cozy coverings, such as wood floors, wall fabrics, carpets and a large decentralized frame that brings an unusual but harmonious color point. Still on the decoration, it features a sculpture by the fine artist Bia Dória and numbered prints by Fasframe.
On the structural aspect, Rossi removed walls and partitions to provide breadth and unity to the layout, delivering unpretentious shapes that enable a clean and welcoming interaction.
For Hall and Lobby
Beyond the suite, Carlos Rossi was responsible for the hall and lobby. To this end, he designed an environment of cozy materials, lining the walls with Bucalo wallpaper with a light touch of linen to convey an idea of tailoring. The wood – presented sometimes as a portico, sometimes as beaded and corrugated – has been supplied by Duratex and is present in timeless neutral tones combined with soft and overdone lighting that signals but doesn’t pollute the vision and follows the softness option.
To bring refinement, the number of the rooms are in bas-relief with backlight. The dramatic mix of lighting makes up a game with lights that brings elegance and acts as a beacon, highlighting the porticos.
“If I had to define this project, I would use the term minimalism. The carpet is textured and, even without a defined shape, has movement and perfectly matches the porticos that lead to the suites. Regarding the photos, I opted out for striking images of São Paulo to excite the guests and cause a desire to see the city”, says Carlos Rossi.
Notably because of the restraint in the elements, we have a sculpture by artist Bia Dória (which has already been exhibited in Italy) and a floral arrangement made by The Florist who “greets” us as we leave the elevator.
About Carlos Rossi
Having more than 25 years in the market and projects developed in most Brazilian states, some countries in Europe, Central America and Africa, the architect seeks the complete satisfaction of his clients through innovative solutions in contemporary language that prioritizes the personality of those who’ll occupy the space. His works have been gaining distinction in magazines and specialized books, as well as in awards in major national and foreign competitions, such as the Americas Property Awards, and has also established significant partnerships in the field of incorporation with the English Studio YOO by Philippe Starck and John Hitchcox and the Italian Studio Pininfarina.
In this Friday (17) I had the opportunity to meet the Foundation Louis Vuitton in one of the noble districts of Paris and today I came here to tell you all about the place for you!
Located in a water garden designed only to receive the structure, the Jardin d’Acclimatation, the Louis Vuitton Foundation, or Louis Vuitton Foundation, is one of the modern architectures that most enchanted me the whole time I travel.
The Louis Vuitton Foundation was designed by the famous architect Frank Gehry in 2014 and today houses important exhibitions in Paris, and can also be used for conventions and events, for having a hall for various activities.
Frank Gehry wanted to take inspiration from the sails of a boat to build the building, so it is surrounded by water and has wooden structures (candles) that hold the plates and glass blocks of the FLV.
The glasses were placed so that whoever looks reminds of interlocking icebergs and, if you notice, during the day according to the position of the light they reflect the water, the sky, and the garden. A splendid sight!
The FLV has an entrance hall where you find a restaurant and bookstore very cozy, and there is also located the event room quoted above.
Going up the floors I wandered from gallery to gallery, where artworks are exhibited. It is also possible to climb the external stairs, which lead you to the Foundation’s terrace, or a garden roof. From there the view is incredible, you can not put aside this climb.
Although it is little known yet, because it is a modern and new architecture, it is well worth the visit to the Louis Vuitton Foundation. It is a place with few tourists and a precious one in one of the noble, and remote, quarters of Paris.
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