Пришёлся к слову старый тред в жуже Часовщика. Перечитала – и помещаю здесь как урок себе: трать время с толком, не вступай в беседы господами моргулисами!
Posts Tagged ‘architecture’
Photo: Laurent Ruamps
“Wyspianski pavilion - Architect: Krzysztof Ingarden [1957-] Krakow, Poland”
This was my volunteer’ assignment site on Saturday afternoon, and proved to be the best in the last 2-3 years’ batch.
Not only because this witty boutique hotel was just open, everything looked fresh and squeaky-clean and only 3 floors were operational with staying guests; this time the architectural firm responsible for the project (Stonehill&Taylor) sent an interior designer to lead the tours (few years ago, at Hotel Americano, I had to improvise the tour myself, since architects didn’t show up).
And not just any designer – Elaine (not her real name: privacy rules) was part of the designing team, and could answer numerous questions in meticulous detail.
She was even kind enough to give me pages of actual presentation, Renwick/Steinbeck Suite/Lobby , which I linked here, with gratitude.