-Picnic Coffee;Taipei, Summer 2010-
/Chapelle de Ronchamp/
Chapelle Notre-Dame-du-Haut de Ronchamp
designed by Le Corbusier
Can't believe that I really saw it, amazing amazing amazing!!
it's much bigger than we expacted, it seems quite small in pictures on magazine or webpage..cool,
thank you, Le Corbusier
Paper goods and stationary:
Intro from the website:
"Since 2003, when we were not being graphic designers, we have been cutting and pasting from our front room in London. Making paper goods and selling them far and wide. It reminded us of being small; sticking tin foil to cereal cartons and the dog, but hopefully with more professional results.
A long-term obsession with stationery has culminated in a constantly evolving store. A selection of P&C products mixed up with handmade goods, vintage items and work by designers from all over the world.
Sourced from Seoul or picked up on the bus from Peckham: we hope that our designs, and finds, bring some fun to your desks, walls, friends and children. It might spark a distant memory, make you smile or look at the most mundane in a new, and fonder, light."
The little wood house made by the carpenter in Tainan.
They are two brothers, dedicated to wood craft for their entire life.
Making the decoration of the trditional temple.
Located near the old market in Tainan, which was also the most popular place 60 year ago.As time pass by and the development of modern city, a lot of things have been changed, but luckily, something still remain the same.
Thank you, for always reminding me something even though you seldom talk.