SANSSOUCI „without worries”

The summer palace of  Frederick the Great in Potsdam, near Berlin. Sanssouci was designed by Georg Wenzeslaus von Knobelsdorff between 1745 and 1747. It was a private residence where Frederick could relax from the hubbub of Berlin court. The name ,,Sanssouci” is really intersting because comes from French phrase : ‚sans souci’ which means ,,no worries” or ,,without concerns”. If you will be in Potsdam, you should see this magical place! Below you will find my shoots’ from this historical place.

I hope that will inspire you! Enjoy my post!

blondegirl


palace


details


column


sancoucci


potsdam


decoration,molding


sculpture


goldframe


sculpture


clock


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decoration


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moulding


sculptures


chandelier


sculptures


sculpturebust


interior


mirror


floor


vases


paintings


clock


furniture


vase


chandelier


interior

Museum of Decorative Arts in Berlin

chairs


design

Wiggle Side Chair, Frank O. Gehry, carboard, 1972


chair


design

design3

designbutterfly

Butterfly, Sori Yanagi, rosewood veneer, 1954


designgreen

Chair Vegetal, Erwan and Ronan Bouroullec, Polyamid, 2008


chair

details

Cone chair, Verner Panton, steel, 1958


porcelain

Tea Set, Margarete Heymann- Loebenstein- Marks, stonewar, 1928-29


chairinterior

Eames Storage Unit, Charles and Ray Eames, 1949


design glass

glass2

,Savoy Vases, Alvar Aalto, Glass, 1937


furniture

Stack of drawers, Susi and Ueli Berger, Santos palisander wood, Duroplast, 1981


teaandcoffeepiazza

teaandcoffeepiazza

Tea anc Coffeepiazza, Aldo Rossi, 1980-82


design

wooddesign

Armchair, Gerald Summers, 1933