Down The Long Driveway, You’ll See It

Using the perfect balance of wood, metal, concrete, and glass, there are many new and beautifully designed houses being constructed around the world. There are also many books documenting them. The thing that lacks in some of those publications is the ability to show a truly lived in space and what makes a house, a home. France based New Zealand photographer Mary Gaudin has done just that and captured fourteen wonderfully lived in modernist homes in the city of Wellington, NZ. Her photos show the perfect marriage of nature, structure, and humanity, and that sometimes going just a little bit further down the path will reveal some amazing things.   

www.downthelongdriveway.com

Ron Thompson

Hailing from Virginia Beach, Ron did some time in NYC before calling the city of Angels his home back in 2005. A man of eclectic interests, he’s played drums in punk bands, designs and sews pillow covers, rides his bike over driving at all costs, and travels the world as much as possible in search of visual & edible inspiration. Most of his time is now spent as designer and creative director running ITAL/C Studio with Matt.

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