The People Of Sand Blog
Beautiful pictures of a wedding in Morocco. Inspired?
Lita Albuquerque was born in Santa Monica, California and raised in Tunisia, North Africa and Paris, France. At the age of eleven she settled with her family in the U.S. She graduated with a BFA from University of California, Los Angeles, and studied at the Otis College of Art and Design, from 1971 to 1972.
When Architecture & Design is mixing aestheticism and natural ressources, magic happens.
Warka Water is an experimental project designed to offer an alternative water source for rural communities facing challenges in accessing drinkable water.
Openhouse Magazine is about people who open their spaces to the public, and the life they share
Openhouse Magazine is a collection of stories that looks at bright, creative people from around the world, who open their doors to the public, of their private spaces to make different activities about gastronomy, art and design.
As the locals siesta, the tourists crowd through Placa de Catalunya. Not far from there is Calle Fontanella, where we are heading in search of house number 16. It’s the home of Andrew Trotter, an interior designer and art director from the Yorkshire Dales, along with Spanish photographer Mari Luz Vidal and Japanese chef Nobu Kawagoe.
Their home is at once private and public simultaneously: It...
The quest to locate the hipsters of Casablanca began from afar. In Europe, it’s a real obsession: hipsters are already hated. Some people are so frightened of being labelled a hipster that if they are caught wearing a tartan shirt or a pair of Allstars, they immediately disassociate themselves from the moustachioed fashionistas.