viernes, 29 de junio de 2012

THE LENS ENRIQUE MENOSSI


The lens of Photographer Enrique Menossi ~

Description: The lens of Barcelona-based fashion photographer, Enrique Menossi, most always captures the spirit of Spanish villages at its best......

Bohemian: http://www.onedegreeseparation.com/-bohemian/

[Photography: Menossi Fotografo, © 2012]

 

The lens of Photographer Enrique Menossi ~

Description: The lens of Barcelona-based fashion photographer, Enrique Menossi, most always captures the spirit of Spanish villages at its best......

Bohemian: http://www.onedegreeseparation.com/-bohemian/

[Photography: Menossi Fotografo, © 2012]
 

♻ The lens of Barcelona-based fashion photographer, Enrique Menossi, most always captures the spirit of Spanish villages at its best.  Spaces that provoke a longing for the idealistic setting and traditional atmosphere of the well-preserved rural heritage.  His images show a calm, relaxing and pure vision; clean white walls and lack of pretense.  Places to get lost in a book, fall asleep in the sun, or watch sunlight disappearing into the horizon.  His ultimate power lies in how he captures the transition between the old and new.

♻ CASA ELENA, SPAIN


A house overlooking the pristine beaches of the island of Formentera. It is styled to reflect the gentleness, serenity and the captivating feel of a summer sea breeze.  

♻ CASA RITA, SPAIN


♻ The character of this summer home in the Spanish Island, Forrmentera is defined by the exposed wood beam ceilings, which gives it a strong sense of a place connected to its natural environment.  Typical of the Spanish-style farmhouses in the region, the house was built to celebrate the natural allure of the surrounding landscape with many open-air areas to encourage social activities.

♻ CASA DANIELA, SPAIN


♻ The casual, simple, and pleasantly bohemin Casa Daniela is the private residence of interior designer Daniela Cavestany and Spanish photographer Jordi Canosa.  It is sometimes difficult to define what categorizes a bohemian style, but in my mind, it is a rustic but individual approach, use of natural materials, a cosy chic vibe, neutral tones with purple and lavender accents, and any kind of gestures that reflects the gypsy style of free-roaming spirit.

♻ A CONVERTED FARM HOUSE


♻ This is a property that ticks all the right boxes in terms of history and original features. Although, it was built in the 14th Century, the house managed to cling to its original architecture and its medieval look and feel was a great inspiration for innovative design and stylish authentic and unique lifestyle.

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