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Inspiration: Books that will take you places

Inspiration: Books that will take you places

Autumn has come, and so have the long, grey and cold afternoons. Holidays are needed. But if you cannot go away, or can’t wait any longer to escape those gloomy days, why not just open a book that will take you somewhere else? Here are […]

Strasbourg at a Glance

Strasbourg at a Glance

    Strasbourg, France, September 2017. First steps in the city, before we move in for good! Tips, restaurants, what to do in Strasbourg & more to come soon 🙂

Deco: Keep the Summer Holiday Vibes alive at home

Deco: Keep the Summer Holiday Vibes alive at home

 

The holidays are over, the summer is coming to an end too, .. But you can easily keep their vibes vivid at home! Below are five tips (and a color inspiration board) to bring this Summer Holiday, Airbnb-like vibe into your home.

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Sea, Salt & Sun: Holidays in Lavandou, South of France

Sea, Salt & Sun: Holidays in Lavandou, South of France

Vlog, August 2017 Excerpts from the adventures of 7 friends and a flamingo pool-float (Drake), spending their holidays in Lavandou, South of France.

Where to Wander? Five great parks in NYC

Where to Wander? Five great parks in NYC

Amongst the many things I love about New York are its parks. Wherever you are -especially in Manhattan, there is a park, big or small, nearby. They are great places to rest when you are touring the city, they are nice meeting point to hang […]

New York City, a vlog

New York City, a vlog

Vlog, April 2017

A chapter where I explore New York -mainly its parks- and make friend with several furry creatures.

Shanghai Tianzifang: Economic Reforms & The Artsy Bubble

Shanghai Tianzifang: Economic Reforms & The Artsy Bubble

Tianzifang, Shanghai, China. I visited the Tianzifang Quarter for the first time in Septembre 2013, together with a very good friend of mine, as it was a « requirement » for our Chinese Society class. (Photos here)

The Heritage Path: wrecking-ball renovation and progressive museum-ification

The Heritage Path: wrecking-ball renovation and progressive museum-ification

Lijiang, China. (Photos here) On Thursday, January 23, 2014, as the sun started to slide down and hide behind the mountains, we arrived in Lijiang. Lijiang is an old water town, with hundreds of small canals and bridges, which is the reason why it is […]