Monday, January 11, 2010


Hope your week is scattered with little moments of unexpected happiness here and there.

(lovely photograph by our labor of love via lovely clusters)

A House Filled With History

It took Hans-Peter Jochum and Jett Rodgers, who run a 20th-century furniture store and gallery in Berlin, almost a decade to purchase their dream home, located in a lakeside village about 30 minutes west of the city — right beside what was once the summer home of Albert Einstein. See more photos and read about their journey — and the eventful history of their home, including the escape to the West of the two brothers who built it — here. Via The New York Times.

(photographs by Andreas Meichsner)

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(Photograph by Marcus Hay via my Domino Deco Files archive)
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