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Mondrian's studio photographed by Isabel Fagg. Nicholson first met Mondrian in 1934 when he visited his all-white Paris studio and was so bowled over he had to sit down at a cafe table to recover. It was such a tranquil, peaceful space, he wrote reverently in his journal, and had an atmosphere like "one of those hermit's caves where lions used to go to have thorns taken out of their paws".

"Covering entire walls with wallpaper is rather passé. Instead, the current trend is to apply only a single strip, or a piece of wall mural—such as this masterful reference to Mondrian in this case—to give your room a more dramatic or exciting feel." Hmmm...interesting idea. Must start looking at the left over wall paper at the thrift stores.

Buttazzoni & Associés | Thaddaeus Ropac galerie

The beauty of light. Museede l'Orangerie, Paris. Photo by Lux Fecit.

De Stijl Movement: Theo Van Doesburg/ Composition X/ 1918/ Mouvement hollandais

à partir de ArchDaily

Parametric Fragment / Takashi Yamaguchi & Associates

Takashi Yamaguchi & Associates | Parametric Fragment

The essence of frenchness: L'art de la Grisaille

à partir de ArchDaily

Gallery of C.E.I.P Multiuse Room / Raúl del Valle - 7

C.E.I.P Multiuse Room / Raúl del Valle