Put the good ol’ insta under construction. I’ve been feeling like I need to evolve aesthetics-wise a bit for a while. That means a little change up in editing and content and I hope you’ll bare with me as I find my new insta-self.
Here’s a picture from my Zurich home - it’s starting to look like me ✌🏼 Have a lovely rest of your Sunday 🌞
If there’s something you need to do, do it now! If you won’t do it now, then let go and enjoy your day instead 🌝
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Loving those hidden Vienna gems 💫
If you still haven't checked out my most recent blogpost on the most 'instagrammable' places in Vienna, head over to my blog right now! (Link in bio) ..
What is the most 'instagrammable' city you've ever been to?
🇧🇬 Обожавам тези скрити красиви места във Виена! Ако все още не сте прочели последния ми блог пост относно най-добрите места за снимки във Виена, кликнете линка в описанието.
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Want to have dinner with this spectacular view over Vienna? This restaurant is called Das Loft and it‘s located on the 18th floor of the Jean Novel Tower near the Danube Canal. Who would you take with you when enjoying an evening up here? Tag them! 🌇🔭 by @marestella.me#viennanow
Велич цього місця не можна передати та зрозуміти через фото. Просто вражаюче...масштаб, архітектура, скульптури, ландшафтний дизайн. Архітектура Відня та його мистецтво, викликали захоплення та культурний шок, зачарувавши назавжди💗 #austria#vienna#belvedere
The Hundertwasserhaus is an apartment house in Vienna, Austria, built after the idea and concept of Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. This expressionist landmark of Vienna is located in the Landstrasse district.
In August and September 1979, architect Joseph Krawina presented to Hundertwasser his preliminary drawings and a styrofoam model. Hundertwasser was shocked and rejected them as representing exactly the leveling, straight-lined modular grid against which he had consistently fought. In the end the house was built between 1983 and 1985 according to the ideas and concepts of Hundertwasser with architect Joseph Krawina as a co-author.
Hundertwasser took no payment for the design of the house, declaring that it was worth it, to prevent something ugly from going up in its place.