Zuzana Andrejovská

Zuzana Andrejovská

Zuzana Andrejovská
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Idea: integrated water system as holistic part of house. Imagine the water blade, and lighting on steps. Water feature and exterior lighting designed by Paver Planet, Inc.

Love this green smokey eye glam on this gorgeous face @anastasiabeverlyhills Brow Wiz in Dark Brown, Noir eyeshadow @colourpopcosmetics Shameless Super Shock Shadow @urbandecaycosmetics Distortion Heavy Metal Glitter liner @ciatelondon @chloemorello Beauty Haul palette @hudabeauty @shophudabeauty Scarlett lashes @narsissist Sheer Glow foundation in Strombolli @toofaced Cool Girl & Child Star Melted Matte lipstick @beccacosmetics @jaclynhill Champagne Pop Shimmering Skin Perfector @st...

Love this green smokey eye glam on this gorgeous face Brow Wiz in Dark Brown, Noir eyeshadow Shameless Super Shock Shadow Distortion Heavy Metal Glitter liner Beauty Haul palette Scarlett lashes Sheer Glow foundation in Strombolli Cool Girl

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Trapecio bench designed by Antonio Montes and Montserrat Periel.  Two glolam beams make up a large bench that offers an array of possibilities for urban recreational areas. Large element that offers numerous uses and is perfect for public and private recreational areas. It stands out for its original design and lightness despite its size.

The paving detail here is very well considered and executed. If the stand alone benches were clustered in response to the dark patches it would enhance the space further.

Interesting idea with the gradient transition from paving to grass. Not sure it would work in practice? More likely the grass would get tramped and would become a more muddy intermediate zone. Maybe under light traffic?

Interesting idea with the gradient transition from paving to grass. More likely the grass would get tramped and would become a more muddy intermediate zone. Maybe under light traffic?