An Interior Designer must always try to approach ordinary scenarios and dilemmas with a new perspective, always try to create new ways of looking at things, objects, people, the spaces in which we live and work. The spaces in which we exist. Observation is the critical first step, to absorb and consider.
When I came across the most recent issue of W Magazine I immediately recognized why I love the enigmatic Tilda Swinton so much: she is a human form of architecture.
In this particular comparison, the alternating black and white of her sail-like collar mimic the shadowy interior levels of the Guggenheim in Bilbao. True to form, her lichen green eyes seem to look right through you, or you through them. This ephemeral moving through space, the openness of her frame, these are the goals of great architecture.