Who doesn’t need a flying Pegasus above their door welcoming them home everyday? And a little Art Deco styling? Ja. And. Tak. Love this building known as Mosendalgård near the Forum in Frederiksberg. Built in 1930-31, the Pegasus isn’t the only mythological adornment. See for yourself, find this architectural rarity at Rosenørns Allé 18. (My favorite number to boot.)
In this scene, we see the artwatcher in his natural habitat. His prey - in this case Jens Juel's 'A Running Boy. Marcus Holst von Schmidten', is seemingly about to run away, but he is obviously no match🦁🎨 . .
By the way, if anyone knows the lovely gentleman in the pink shirt, please tag him. We'd love to give him a few tickets to the museum as a thanks for his awesome artwatching skills.
Jens Juel, 'A Running Boy. Marcus Holst von Schmidten', 1802.
Being part of Urban Adventures - a family comprising over 160 destinations around the world make it necessary for us to meet up sometimes. This year, we headed to Isla Mujeres in Mexico for a 5 day action-packed conference with over 156 attendees at a stunning beach side location! It wasn't all work though, we also got to play a little bit in Tulum and Cuba ;-)
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Anatomy of an arthropod • Grundtvig's Church is located in the Bispebjerg district of Copenhagen, Denmark. It is a rare example of expressionist church architecture. Due to its unusual appearance, it is one of the best known memorials in the city.
Jensen-Klint's design for Grundtvig's Church is a synthesis of architectural styles. He merged the modern geometric forms of Brick Expressionism with the classical vertical of Gothic architecture.
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Super snow moon rising over Copenhagen. Tomorrow night is the closest the moon will come to earth in 2019 and while we may have no snow in the city, it sure was pretty tonight rising over the Kongens Have. Take a look out your window tonight and tomorrow night to see all the craters up close. Ish. Que bella luna. Come to Copenhagen she said.