Coquillage

Coquillage

A representation of the forms of seashells used as a decorative carving over doors and windows, and in friezes and architraves.
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coquillage

A representation of the forms of seashells and the like, as a decorative carving.
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Melanie Ann Denicourt has brought her warm, polished design sensibility to her shop, a completely reimagined boutique that replaces the popular Coquillage on Main Street.
Not content with these non-fiction expressions of her appreciation, Rochon relates the central importance of Lovecraft in her development as a writer and as an individual in her fiction, most openly in "Les Murs d'Inquanok" ("The Walls of Inganok," 2004)5 and La Riviere des morts (River of the Dead, 2008), but also more subtly in an early novel, The Shell (Coquillage 1985/trans.
(...) La vue de la petite madeleine ne m'avait rien rappele avant que je n'y eusse goute peut-etre parce que, en avant souvent apercu depuis, sans en manger, sur les tablettes des patissiers, leur image avait quitte ces jours de Combray pour se lier a d'autres plus recents; peut-etre parce que de ces souvenirs abandonnes si longtemps hors de la memorie rien ne survivait tout s'etait desagrege; les formes--et celle aussi du petit coquillage de patisserie, si grassement sensuel, sous son plissage severe et devot--s'etaient abolies, ou, ensommeillees, avaient perdu la force d'expansion qui leur eut permis de rejoindre la consience.
Members of the Starwood Preferred Guests or the Vodafone One program get a 20% discount on the daily oriental Ramadan Iftar buffet at Cafe Coquillage, the hotel's main restaurant.
Sans oublier une regle elementaire qui est de ne rien ramasser, que ce soit une coquillage, ou bien sur, des morceaux de corail !
One giant mural painting, Femmes et coquillage IV of 1948 from Le Corbusier's rue de Sevres office in Paris (in a former monastery) was crammed into the exhibition space, much as it would have been in situ.
Villa Savoye, Poissy, 1928-31, by Le Corbusier Y FLC/ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2008; Le Corbusier in the 1960s Y FLC/Vg bild- Kunst, Bonn,2007; Femme et coquillage IV mural by Le Corbusier.