THE BALLROOM OF THE CATHERINE PALACE. Tsarskoe Selo, Russia. Designed by Italian Architect Francesco Bartolomeo Rastrelli - Court Architect to Empress Elizabeth and master of the Russian Rococo/Late Baroque style.

THE BALLROOM OF THE CATHERINE PALACE. Tsarskoe Selo, Russia. Designed by Italian Architect Francesco Bartolomeo Rastrelli - Court Architect to Empress Elizabeth and master of the Russian Rococo/Late Baroque style.

bijoux : Tendance Baroque.  http://www.pinterest.com/adisavoiaditrev/boards/

bijoux : Tendance Baroque. http://www.pinterest.com/adisavoiaditrev/boards/

As Rococo as a wall gets: mirrors and stucco glop completely obscuring tectonic articulation (where does the wall end and the ceiling begin?), not to mention the considerable thickness of the bearing wall, which now seems to be made out of nothing but frilly decoration.

As Rococo as a wall gets: mirrors and stucco glop completely obscuring tectonic articulation (where does the wall end and the ceiling begin?), not to mention the considerable thickness of the bearing wall, which now seems to be made out of nothing but frilly decoration.

The Inspiring Embroidery of Alexander McQueen « StitchPunk  I'm just looking at the cloak here I'm also noticing the shoes that have the same pattern! And I love that!

The Inspiring Embroidery of Alexander McQueen « StitchPunk I'm just looking at the cloak here I'm also noticing the shoes that have the same pattern! And I love that!

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