Happy 2022 Hive!
As most of you may already know, Thursday, December 16, 2021, was a devastating memory for us. Our community account was temporarily disabled due to a super typhoon which caused disastrous havoc in our location. Without reliable access to electric power, telephone services, and the internet during the past weeks, it was simply impossible to operate under normal conditions. Again, we sincerely thank all of you for your valued patience, understanding, and support during these dark moments. We could not have made it this far without you.
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Here we are again to showcase this week's celebrated posts about architecture and design - broadcasting from various locations around the world. As part of our weekly curation process, we gladly promote outstanding publications that align with our community's primary advocacy of elevating architecture and design with the Hive blockchain.
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For this week's report, we're truly delighted to present to you our 52nd Edition featuring our top 3 publications that highlight a fabulous centuries-old church/monastery from Belarus, an extraordinary bridge from Madrid, Spain, and an exotic hotel from Indonesia.
Don't forget to also check out our "Runner-Up" entries for their remarkable contributions.
Our Champions for the Week:
(from January 24-30, 2022)
To see the entire complex of buildings of the monastery, you need to move a distance. The buildings occupy a large area, which, among other things, is fenced with a high stone fence. The fact is that the temple was built during the Northern War against the Swedish troops. Historical events led to the fact that the convent was made male, but later turned into a parish church. The walls around the temple are reminiscent of its harsh times.
|[ENG-SPN] An architectural landmark of Madrid: the Segovia Bridge / Un hito arquitectónico de Madrid: el Puente de Segovia
Equipped with some fabulous pillars, without a doubt, as a precaution against the flooding of a river, the Manzanares, which years before had taken the old bridge on which Herrera built his own, the Segovia Bridge was, without a doubt, all an architectural landmark that communicated the capital with the north of Spain, thus constituting one of the main and busiest avenues of expansion.
This is what the lobby hotel looks like. Very cute. For people that know me must know already how much i love the dark type of design like this. I understand that they must put an orange sofa in there because they wang to make a good contrast of color but if you asked me, I personally thought that the orange is a little bit out of place. If it was me, i will choose to have the nude color as the sofa in the lobby. If i need to use something brighter, i will choose maybe a blue color in there. But, thats maybe because my personal dislike towards orange color.
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