..and that’s the effect of square face + angular shades = always remember to search for second opinion.
Colours and materials co-exist perfectly.
Materials: concrete ceiling roughly structured with laths. Also, glass, steel, wood and earth-coloured plaster.
Here we are. Holidays. Long expected, well deserved break after yet another year of architecture. Lovely year that was. Met great people, visited interesting places ( as much as one can say about local landscape). Now, back home in Robinhood land I am practising my skills in becoming a coachpotato.
No , joking. Not after a year of sweat, work and few hours sleep. Would go mental. I happily found few substitutions. I’m working on a book, came up with few gadgets (no, not this kind) and designing my partner’s garden. Am I slowly becoming a geek? Even if, can be a happy geek. Just need a stylish glasses to compliment this title. Hmm… let’s see:
And then I though that it might be advisable to find out which shape suits me best.So here it is:
‘A square face shape is defined by a broad, deep forehead, a wide jaw and a square chin. For this face shape consider oval frames as they soften the jaw line. Avoid angular frames as these will emphasise the angular facial features’.
Oval frames! Sh@t. So what should I do now? I am not a big fan of oval frames. Not really into John Lennon style. Well, my geek glasses have to wait,until i find something really, really stylish.
BTW, did I mention that I don’t wear glasses ( from medical point of view at least). Gosh I Love fashion!