Posts Tagged: Light

Joyeux Noël!



Lunchbox with a Norwegian wink




Cards at Christmas Time




Please choose cards from the selection underneath(you can see it bigger by clicking on it) one by one and click the button "add to cart" under your chosen card.

A shopping cart will appear at the bottom of the page when it refreshes. You can adjust the quantity and press enter: the shopping cart will calculate the price.

If you want to add another card click under that card and it will be added to the shopping cart, again you can adjust the quantity.

When you have finished click on “check out with PayPal”. The order summary will open on a new page where you can choose to pay with a PayPal account or with a debit/credit card.

Window sill


Every house has its magic


New Home


Eglise Saint-Joseph, Le Havre


St. Joseph's Church, Le Havre, is a Catholic church in Le Havre, France built between 1951 and 1957/58 as part of the reconstruction of the town of Le Havre, which was entirely destroyed by the British during World War II. It is a memorial to the five thousand civilians who died.

The church was designed by the chief architect for the reconstruction of Le Havre, Auguste Perret, teacher and mentor to the Swiss architect Le Corbusier. The tower is 107 metres tall and acts as a beacon visible from out at sea, especially at night when illuminated.

The layout of the stained glass by artist Marguerite Huré is geometric with the basic seven colours (orange, yellow, green, purple, red, green, white) declined in fifty shades. The colours, darker at the base of the bell tower become lighter towards the summit ending with white at the top sublimating and highlighting the verticality of the structure as desired by Auguste Perret.

Plas Mawr, Conwy