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Serge Poliakoff

Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York, 1968

Le Corbusier

Gio Ponti

Casa Rabe – Adolf Rading

Home of architect Poul Henningsen, in Copenhagen

Le Corbusier

Le Corbusier

Appartement 50  in Le Corbusier’s “Cité Radieuse”  Marseille

Anita Calero Loft

Gio Ponti

Katinsky House

Katinsky House

Robert Motherwell

Alan Ginsberg Apartment

Mother and Child, Barbara Hepworth, 1934. The mother and child theme is frequent occurrence concept of Hepworth, after she gave birth to her first son. In the same year where she made the Mother and Child sculpture she gave birth to triplets. The piece is one of her sculptures that symbolise her emotional state of being.

Mother and Child, Barbara Hepworth, 1934.

The mother and child theme is frequent occurrence concept of Hepworth after she gave birth to her first son. In the same year where she made the Mother and Child sculpture, she gave birth to triplets. The piece is one of her sculptures that symbolise her emotional state of being.

Robert Motherwell

Untitled 1964

Acrylic on canvas

The Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden, St Ives, United Kingdom, 1976. The building was Hepworth's home and studio for 26 years until she died in 1975. The museum is now owned and run by the Tate since 1980. The museum accommodates Hepworth's works.

The Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden, St Ives, United Kingdom, 1976.

The building was Hepworth’s home and studio for 26 years until she died in 1975. The museum is now owned and run by the Tate since 1980. The museum accommodates Hepworth’s works.

Untitled, Franz Kline, United States. Kline (1910–1962) was an American Abstract Expressionist painter famously know for his black and white painting. His paintings were interpreted as oil painting painted in confident and free calligraphic style. His paintings have been a source of inspiration for notable sculptors like Donald Judd.

Untitled, Franz Kline, United States.

Kline (1910–1962) was an American Abstract Expressionist painter famously know for his black and white painting. His paintings were interpreted as oil painting painted in confident and free calligraphic style. His paintings have been a source of inspiration for notable sculptors like Donald Judd.

Pierced Hemisphere II, Barbara Hepworth, Tate, United Kingdom, 1937-8. "Body experience... is the centre of creation." – Hepworth

Pierced Hemisphere II, Barbara Hepworth, Tate, United Kingdom, 1937-8.

“Body experience… is the centre of creation.” – Hepworth

Head, Female Bust, Pablo Picasso, Kunsthaus Zürich 1940.

Head, Female Bust, Pablo Picasso, Kunsthaus Zürich 1940.

Photograph of a window by Salve Lopez.

Photograph of a window by Salve Lopez.

Casa O'Gorman, Juan O'Gorman, Mexico, 1929. O'Gorman was a talented avant-garde architect who designed his own house at the tender age of 24. His house was commissioned by Diego Rivera to design his studio-house with Frida Kahlo.

Casa O’Gorman, Juan O’Gorman, Mexico, 1929.

O’Gorman was a talented avant-garde architect who designed his own house at the tender age of 24. His house was commissioned by Diego Rivera to design his studio-house with Frida Kahlo.

Coral Wedge, oil painting, Helen Frankenthaler, 1972. Frankenthaler was mid-twentieth-century abstract expressionism artist in the 50's. She is well-known for inventing the "soak-stain" technique using turpentine-thinned paint onto canvas to create washed appearance.

Coral Wedge, oil painting, Helen Frankenthaler, 1972.

Frankenthaler was mid-twentieth-century abstract expressionism artist in the 50’s. She is well-known for inventing the “soak-stain” technique using turpentine-thinned paint onto canvas to create washed appearance.

Sink at Caffe Burlot Paris, Dimore Studio, photograph by Andrea Ferrari.

Sink at Caffe Burlot Paris, Dimore Studio, photograph by Andrea Ferrari.

Built-in integrated bench at Woodland Cemetery in Stockholm, Sweden by Gunnar Asplund.

Built-in integrated bench at Woodland Cemetery in Stockholm, Sweden by Gunnar Asplund.

Office 39 by Office Kersten Geers David Van Severen, Buggenhout, Belgium, 2013.

Office 39 by Office Kersten Geers David Van Severen, Buggenhout, Belgium, 2013.

Maison de Verre, Paris, France, 1928–32. Designed by a Dutch architect, Bernard Bijvoet in collaboration with interior designer, Pierre Chareau and metalworker, Louis Dalbet.

Maison de Verre, Paris, France, 1928–32.

Designed by a Dutch architect, Bernard Bijvoet in collaboration with interior designer, Pierre Chareau and metalworker, Louis Dalbet.

Luis Barragán's house, Mexico. Barragán's house was declared UNESCO World Heritage site in 2004.

Luis Barragán’s house, Mexico.

Barragán’s house was declared UNESCO World Heritage site in 2004.

Portrait of Helen Frankenthaler working. "There are no rules. That is how art is born, how breakthroughs happen. Go against the rules or ignore the rules. That is what invention is about." – Helen Frankenthaler.

Portrait of Helen Frankenthaler working.

“There are no rules. That is how art is born, how breakthroughs happen. Go against the rules or ignore the rules. That is what invention is about.” – Helen Frankenthaler.

Wood, Leather and Brass Folding Chair for Sörensen by Hans Olsen, 1960.

Wood, Leather and Brass Folding Chair for Sörensen by Hans Olsen, 1960.

The stairs at Villa Savoye by Le Corbusier.

The stairs at Villa Savoye by Le Corbusier.

Hotel in Marseille in Paris by Le Corbusier.

Hotel in Marseille in Paris by Le Corbusier.

No. 10, Mark Rothko, 1950, Oil on Canvas.

No. 10, Mark Rothko, 1950, Oil on Canvas.

Exhibited in MoMa in 1952 – brought waves of museum “trustee” to protest for its radicalism.

“The progression of a painter’s work, as it travels in time from point to point, will be toward clarity: toward the elimination of all obstacles between the painter and the idea, and between the idea and the observer.”

Central Model Home in Hellerup, Denmark, Frits Schelgel, 1931.

Central Model Home in Hellerup, Denmark, Frits Schelgel, 1931.

Eames House (previously known as Case Study House No. 8), Charles and Ray Eames, 1945.

Eames House (previously known as Case Study House No. 8), Charles and Ray Eames, 1945.

Robert Motherwell, 1973.

Robert Motherwell, 1973.

Frameless Glass Shower

Frameless glass shower.

AD Russia.

Inside the Shokin–tei. Katsura Imperial Villa from the 17th–century.

Inside the Shokin–tei. Katsura Imperial Villa from the 17th–century.

Prince Hachijō Toshihito was the founder of the villa.

Metric Sizing Chart
Size
5
6
8
10
12
14
Bust
77.5cm
80cm
85cm
90cm
95cm
100cm
Waist
57.5cm
60cm
65cm
70cm
75cm
80cm
Bum
84.5cm
87cm
92cm
97cm
102cm
107cm
Imperial Sizing Chart
Size
5
6
8
10
12
14
Bust
30.5"
31.4"
33.4"
35.4"
37.4"
39.3"
Waist
22.6"
23.6"
25.9"
27.5"
29.5"
31.4"
Bum
33.2"
34.2"
36.2"
38.1"
40.1"
42.1"
How to measure yourself
  • It is best to measure yourself in your underwear
  • Pull the tape measure so it is firm, but not tight
  • Bust: Measure around the fullest part of your bust
  • Waist: Measure around the smallest part of your waist
  • Bum: Measure around the fullest part of your bum and low hip

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