It is definitely a dream of mine to own a quaint little cafe one day. Perhaps in retirement and a very different life to my daily job in public health. I haven't quite decided where, though we love St Andrews (Scotland) and the quintessential English villages that dot the Cotswolds are just as appealing. Having said that, I have a constant love affair with Northern California and parts of Down Under, particularly Western Australia given how much time we spend there. All this to say -- today, we stumbled into my idea of heaven with this gorgeous cafe in Sardinia, down a windy cobbled street with a tongue twister of a name. It was truly perfect and it gave me another reason to conjure up menus and concepts in my imaginary cafe world as I often do when we are exploring cities. 💕🌟☕️#northernsardinia#italianarchitecture#familytime#cafes#coffee#cake#cafelife#bestcafes#familytime#love#summertime#olbia#costasmeralda#italy
Il nuovo Quartier Generale del Gruppo UniCredit a Milano è un complesso di tre edifici per 230 metri di altezza, disegnato dall'architetto argentino Cesar Pelli.
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Torre Fiat, Marina di Massa. @massimovitali_omissamilativ The former Balilla Tower, later known as the Fiat Tower was designed by Vittorio Bonadè Bottino, in 1933 and was built to accommodate 800 children and used as a summer camp for the children of FIAT personnel. Fifty-two meters high with seventeen floors, the white profile of the tower is a landmark on the northern coast of Tuscany. The interior develops in a helical structure, around a central stairwell.The allusive reference to the propellers of an airplane is obvious. At the same time, the design serves as an evocative advertising image for the Turin-based industry.