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Kaarina Kaikkonen

Kaarina Kaikkonen

ROTJ: These images are from "The Art of Ralph McQuarrie". The first 3 images showed Vader escorting Luke from the shuttle all the way to the Palace Entrance.  In these 3 images, Vader and Luke take an elevator down to the depths of the building, pass through a long ominous black corridor, and finally reach a subterranean room full of volcanic lava. Here Luke and Vader have to hop across a series of stepping stones, until they finally reach the Emperor's throne room.

ROTJ: These images are from "The Art of Ralph McQuarrie". The first 3 images showed Vader escorting Luke from the shuttle all the way to the Palace Entrance. In these 3 images, Vader and Luke take an elevator down to the depths of the building, pass through a long ominous black corridor, and finally reach a subterranean room full of volcanic lava. Here Luke and Vader have to hop across a series of stepping stones, until they finally reach the Emperor's throne room.

Subterranean room adorned with a cool blue sky and eternally unwilted plants served as a refuge from the Roman summer sun. Villa Livia was part of the dowry of the wife of Octavian.

Subterranean room adorned with a cool blue sky and eternally unwilted plants served as a refuge from the Roman summer sun. Villa Livia was part of the dowry of the wife of Octavian.

Tara House | Studio Mumbai | Beneath the courtyard lies a secret room filled with water from a subterranean aquifer. Light diminishes as one descends the stairs through a stone corridor, intensifying a sense of passage into the earth. The pool has a comforting silence, as water enters the building without ripples or sound. The subterranean room is a refuge from the hot Indian sun, piercing the ground through circular air holes casting shafts of light across the stone walls into water.

Tara House / Studio Mumbai

Tara House | Studio Mumbai | Beneath the courtyard lies a secret room filled with water from a subterranean aquifer. Light diminishes as one descends the stairs through a stone corridor, intensifying a sense of passage into the earth. The pool has a comforting silence, as water enters the building without ripples or sound. The subterranean room is a refuge from the hot Indian sun, piercing the ground through circular air holes casting shafts of light across the stone walls into water.

Modern Home With Subterranean Rooms and Terraced Backyard

Modern Home With Subterranean Rooms and Terraced Backyard

From an art-filled atrium to a subterranean space inspired by Roman architecture, here are the most beautiful places to drink wine in the Napa Valley. —Amanda Pressner

Napa's Most Beautiful Wine Tasting Rooms

From an art-filled atrium to a subterranean space inspired by Roman architecture, here are the most beautiful places to drink wine in the Napa Valley. —Amanda Pressner

Subterranean room in the House of Amphitrite, Bulla Regia, Tunisia  |  Roman Mosaics Across the Empire exhibition at Getty Villa

Subterranean room in the House of Amphitrite, Bulla Regia, Tunisia | Roman Mosaics Across the Empire exhibition at Getty Villa

“Exploring a Hypnogogic City”, 2003  drawings by mathew borrett.  Amazing!

“Exploring a Hypnogogic City”, 2003 drawings by mathew borrett. Amazing!

Golden Crown - Levin iglut - Online

Golden Crown - Levin iglut - Online

Garden fresco from the Villa of Livia in Prima Porta, Italy covered the walls of a semi-subterranean chamber, probably a cool triclinium (dining room) for summer banquets, in the suburban villa of Livia Drusilla, third wife of Roman Emperor Augustus. This Second style fresco, the most ancient example of continuous garden painting (30 - 20 BCE), presents a variety of plants & birds rendered in a delicately detailed & naturalistic way. Museo Nazionale Romano, Rome, Italy #art

Garden fresco from the Villa of Livia in Prima Porta, Italy covered the walls of a semi-subterranean chamber, probably a cool triclinium (dining room) for summer banquets, in the suburban villa of Livia Drusilla, third wife of Roman Emperor Augustus. This Second style fresco, the most ancient example of continuous garden painting (30 - 20 BCE), presents a variety of plants & birds rendered in a delicately detailed & naturalistic way. Museo Nazionale Romano, Rome, Italy #art

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