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One hundred fifty most sensible ECO condominium IDEAS
The most up-to-date quantity within the hugely winning “150 Best” series—joining 150 most sensible residence principles and a hundred and fifty top residence Ideas—150 most sensible Eco condo Ideas is a entire guide showcasing the most recent in sustainable structure and environmentally-friendly domestic layout. ideal for architects, designers, interiors decorators, and owners alike.<o:p></o:p></span>
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The theme of clarity and visibility is a reminder, of course, that Breton’s early notion of the ‘inner model’ for painting theorizes surrealist art in terms of interior and exterior, in which painting is also explicitly presented in terms of being a ‘window’ looking onto a view – in other words from inside to outside (A. Breton, Surrealism and Painting, Paris: Gallimard, 1965, pp. 2–3). Henri Lefebvre would read surrealism’s wish ‘to decode inner space and illuminate the nature of the transition from this subjective space to the material realm of the body and the outside world, and thence to social life’ as one of its key theoretical innovations (H.
P. The available documentation all shows the interiors without any occupants, so these inevitably appear more formal – emphasizing their ‘design’ quality – than the images of rue Fontaine, which tend to include the Bretons and their friends. 39 Buot, Tristan Tzara, p. 252; J. Gaucheron and H. Béhar, ‘Chronologie de Tzara’, in Tristan Tzara, Europe, nos. 555–56 (July/August 1975), p. 235. 29 Krzysztof Fijalkowski 40 For a description of Tzara’s study at his rue de Lille home after the war, see J.
22 In the embrace of the crepuscular Passage de l’Opera other kinds of light emerge slowly from the darkness of material itself, as dim lights appear to brighten when the eye accommodates. ”23 Light within the passage has substance like water or like hair that sweeps against the body as one moves. ”24 In Aragon’s prose, gaslights and desires ﬂash within the air of the passage as phosphorescent sea creatures that glow when touched. The passage is an urban aquarium that contains a languid atmosphere to sustain its creatures, shape their bodies, and carry their light.