Piotr Szwed
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Leuchterweibchen c. 1880 A Lüsterweibchen or Leuchterweibchen (German, loosely translated: "Little Chandelier Woman") is a chandelier consisting of antlers arranged horizontally with a female half-figure placed at one end. Antlers used were typically those of deer or elk.

Leuchterweibchen c. 1880 A Lüsterweibchen or Leuchterweibchen (German, loosely translated: "Little Chandelier Woman") is a chandelier consisting of antlers arranged horizontally with a female half-figure placed at one end. Antlers used were typically those of deer or elk.

Mirror bevel brick tiles will give any environment a glamorous edge, whilst bouncing around light and making the space feel bigger. www.originalstyle.com

Mirror bevel brick tiles will give any environment a glamorous edge, whilst bouncing around light and making the space feel bigger.

Hexagonal Silver Mirrored Bevelled Wall Tiles

: for 18 tiles : Hexagonal Silver Mirrored Bevelled Wall Tiles . I want those mirror tiles for the kitchen backsplash!

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Completed in 1958 in Venice, Italy. The Olivetti Showroom by Carlo Scarpa has recently come full circle. In the late Adriano Olivetti commissioned Scarpa to design a display space.

Gallery of Coracera Castle Rehabilitation / Riaño+ arquitectos - 17

impressive example in architecture of old meets new

Sgraffito decoration in Polish Pavilion by Adalbert Jastrzebowski: Polish artists, who have a position of political importance in their own country which would be inconceivable in England and most other countries, and who have done so much towards the revival of their country, sent splendid works to Paris (illustration 60B; quote from page 58)

Sgraffito decoration in Polish Pavilion by Adalbert Jastrzebowski - Paris Expo, 1925

Steel entrance created by Jean Prouvé at the Villa Martel, architect Robert Mallet-Stevens, 1927, Paris.

scandinaviancollectors: “ Steel entrance created by Jean Prouvé for the Villa Martel, architect Robert Mallet-Stevens, Paris.