Feb 12, 2011

Ippolito Fleitz Saturday

I was pleasantly surprised to stumble upon these pictures.
At first I though it was some international pavilion in the States or Europe, and was surprised to see this pattern there:

It's the pattern used in my home country, Uzbekistan.
After reading the article I realized that the building itself was in Tashkent.

The space reminds me of the Tashkent's subway system. The second most beautiful on the territories of the ex Soviet Union.

The sparkle, the shine, the marble and the gold are definitely very Uzbek. I think that the simple colour choices make it so much more elegant.



My photo
Year 1
What happens when a Fine Art student decides to get her portfolio done and starts a blog. Will she keep on updating or will she let it go as most previous journals? Who is going to comment on her blog? Read on to know more.

Finaly the long awaited sequel is here!

Year 2
She did keep up and update, but now that she is a University student, is the work load to much? Is she still interested in shamelessly showing of? So many questions, so little are answered. Follow her on her journey.

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