Brutalism Meet Romance

This could very well come close to being my dream space. Rooms organized by mental and psychological activities, a space that is expansive, creative, minimalist, and allows others to live freely without crossing paths unless consciously desiring so; both thoughtful in design, and necessary for a creative to thrive in.

I am beyond moved by the beauty and intelligence of this space. -tM

 

Private Worlds

Photography: Unknown | Yves Saint Laurent Rue de Babylone Apartment

Photography: Unknown | Yves Saint Laurent Rue de Babylone Apartment

Private worlds are fascinating places. Who are you when left alone and no one is looking?

The intimate details of ones life can be partially revealed through ones personal space. I enjoy venturing into rooms where I can become acquainted with another side of an individuals psyche. The slower the reveal, the more intriguing the story.

What added dimensions to your character would your space reveal? -tM

Intimate Details

The intimacy

of certain rooms in a space become synonymous with private matters. The restroom is one of those for me. The beauty and intricacies of this space are just as important to me as any other, if not more so. It is a place where I begin and end my day, a place of waking up, making myself beautiful, engaging in rituals passed down from childhood, to ones I have grown into. A place where the water cleanses away the days residue, and where a good soak in the tub could awaken a rebirth, or at the very least a mind, body, and soul, rejuvenation. It is a room that allows another kind of intimacy to take shape; time for the self. And moments like that should never be rushed. -tM

Photography: Unknown | Casa Mollino Museum | Former home for Architect Carlo Mollino