Through challenging camera angles Menno Aden abstracts most familiar actual living environments and public interiors into flattened two-dimensional scale models. A camera that the artist installed on the ceiling of various rooms takes pictures downwards of the interiors.
You can check more of his photos of the same series here: Menno Aden - Room Portraits
Welcome to a cozy home from 1918 situated in Gotland, Sweden. The house has four bedrooms, a patio facing southwest with indoor unit with large windows.
As soon as you step into the beautiful hall / entrance you realize that you are in a special house with wonderful charm. In the house all rooms are hardwood floors in the original, it’s high ceilings, and beautiful old windows (freshly painted) has good natural light and many individual details highlight the feeling of the house.
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The bedroom in the home of the Mulhouse family in France; it’s one of many rooms decorated with a few strips of washi tape. Photograph by Julien Fernandez.
All you need to recreate the look is a measuring tape, a steady hand, a pencil to draw a light guiding line on the wall, and a few rolls of tape, such as Dotted Yellow Washi Tape for $8.25 from Pretty Tape on Etsy or the Wide and Narrow Light Yellow Washi Tape for $7 from Cute Tape.