Soft shaping

6 thoughts on “Soft shaping”

  1. This reminds me of Gaudí’s approach to architecture: “There are no straight lines or sharp corners in nature. Therefore, buildings must have no straight lines or sharp corners.”

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  2. I heartily agree. My family room had too many rectangles: windows, TV, area rugs. I bought a round coffee table and a few other round pieces. My walkway is curved and I strive for soft lines (and colors) all around my house, inside and out. Makes a positive, soothing difference.


  3. I think curves are always softer and more welcoming that rigid straight lines. They show no flexibility of the owners. Can’t wait to see your flower bed in full glory!


  4. I look for curves everywhere. It is true that straight lines can co-exist with them. I too have one of those ridgely constructed houses with little room for curves. I have taken to finding new ways to make the roundness, like plants with less stalk full of rounding blossoms. Maybe this will help you find some colour and warmth to your home.


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