Artistix In Valencia Spain’s Architecture And Style

Style in Valencia Spain Travel Blogger Gorgeous Architecture Post Modernism

Adventures in traveling are always full of moments unexplainable. There are moments you see true beauty in such forms that it be wilds the imagination as one begins to think about the breadth of creativity that went into such intelligence. I use the word intelligence to describe the aesthetics because the mathematical proportions and research that goes into bringing this moderniste architecture to life is detailed beyond exquisiteness!

Valencia in Spain is known as the city of arts and sciences, and how apropos that I decided to wear a shirt by Artistix in a city known for art’s splendor. Desiged by Santiago Calatrava and Felix Candela, April 16, 1998 was the opening of L’Hemisferic.

While visiting Valencia this past October, Valencia Open 500 was held in the Agora building at the Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias. How lucky to be able to attend Open 500 events while visiting this modernistic city. The day was unusually warm for the end of October with temperatures in the eighties. It was a t-shirt and jeans type of day, with Salvatore Ferragamo nude wedge platforms for stylish walkable comfort!

The city’s views captivate the many different post modern architectural angles of Spain’s architecture and style. It is here where your view will be taken with both delight and awe-aspiring amazement.

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I Was Wearing: ARTISTIX T-Shirt / J Brand Jeans Floral Velvet / Black Balenciaga City Bag / Salvatore Ferragamo Nude Wedge Heels

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