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We teach our children their arm is an arm, their nose is a nose, their leg is a leg and then, because we are embarrassed as adults, we give them ridiculous, ‘cute’, made up names for one of the most important parts of their bodies.⁣⁣ .⁣⁣ A little bit of a different post from me tonight. Teaching relationships, sexual health and parenthood (previously Sex Ed.) is one of my current remits in school. It’s something parents still find really difficult to talk about or even to approach. ⁣⁣ .⁣⁣ I’ve written a short blog post on the importance of giving children the correct names for their body parts from the get go. Give it a read and let me know your thoughts. ⁣⁣ .⁣⁣ @scotgov have created a new website for parents and teachers to gather new information on age appropriate learning. With childhood sexual abuse rates still staggeringly high in the U.K., let’s change things and get it right for our kids.

Architectural excellence. At Burlington Gate we were proud to work with our long-standing collaborators and world class architects at Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners to bring forward this mixed used development in Mayfair’s art and cultural quarter. The development is a contemporary interpretation of the surrounding Georgian architecture, and features a gallery-lined arcade through its centre.

Gleeds
(@gleedsglobal)

7 Days 8 Hours Ago

Built where champions were made...The new Financial Conduct Authority HQ in #stratford overlooks the @queenelizabetholympicpark and @westfieldstratfordcity and includes a stunning roof terrace, auditorium and gym. Photos courtesy of @tonymcateer1 #gleedscollection - @rogersstirkharbour #londonarchitecture #london2012 #olympics #rshp #london #londonlife #londonphotographer

Nick Souksamrane
(@ncik)

8 Days 10 Hours Ago

About 2cm away from the Tate Modern - NEO Bankside by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners #rshp #london #architecture

Le futur visage du quartier Maine-Montparnasse se dévoile @pavillonarsenal jusqu’au 1er septembre ! Bravo à RSHP , @rogersstirkharbour , @linaghotmeh_architecture , Michel Desvigne, @franckboutte 🎉👏🏻 #montparnasse #exmainemontparnasse #rshp #mainemontparnasse #rogers #franckboutte #micheldesvigne #linaghotmeh #architect #architecture #paris #paris14

Sustainable Design is GREAT! - The UK is at the forefront of innovation, technology and sustainability in the built environment. The RA Summer Show features great projects including The Bottle House from our good friend and colleague Ricky Sandhu. And Salvador Rivas’ alma mater, the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, shows the impressive work from talented students whom together with great tutors make of this the top architecture school in the world. - #uk #london #royalacademyofarts #ucl #bartlettschoolofarchitecture #fosterandpartners #grimshaw #rshp #heatherwickstudio #great #architecture #design #innovation #technology #sustainability #adaptability #newgenerations #making #betterworld

A beautiful illustration from the talented @MaxwellIllustration of our hotel! 🎨

Exhibition set up at the Pavillion de l’Arsenal #rshp #modelshop #modelmaker

James Finnie
(@jfcarchitects)

19 Days 21 Hours Ago

Still one of my favorite buildings by my favorite architect. The Centre Pompidou by Richard Rogers, but also the great Renzo Piano. This image only tells half the story, the public space which was created lifts the spirit. Image from #rshp #centrepompidou #richardrogers #architecture #brave #paris #urbanspace #urbandesign #wow #breathtaking

Cascading Atrium - LSE ‘London School Of Economics’ new building by RSHP #rshp #lse #architecture #photography #london #aldwich

This weekend we took a break from the sun for and visited the @royalacademyarts Summer Exhibition. Curated by architect Spencer de Grey, this year’s focus is on sustainability and the use of materials to reduce the energy used during the construction process. We really enjoyed the high level of craftsmanship and variety in the production of the models, showcasing projects around the world. #royalacademyofarts #rasummer #summerexhibition #architecture #architecturemodels #architecturephotography #architecturelovers #londonmuseums #londonexhibitions #thomasheatherwick #eprarchitects #plparchitecture #fosterandpartners #morrisandcompany #rshp #alisonbrooksarchitects #edwardwilliamsarchitects

It's great changing at Madrid Barajas Terminal 4! It's so full of life, not least in the Richard Rogers architecture (1998—2005) with its organic modular roof and the transformation of its 700m+ long repetition into a run of vivacious colours, each a shade different to that either side. Exhilarating! ¡Que guapa es! #madridbarajas #aeropuertomadridbarajas #richardrogers #ivanharbour #rshp #architecture #arquitectura #modular #linear #colour not just #green

時間過很快 終於畢業了. 我很慶幸自己能夠在這個班級 有些人會覺得 讀夜間部的就是成績差只想混學歷 我認為並不是全部同學都是這樣的 夜間部要修的學分數跟日間部完全一樣 只是上課時間的不同 一個白天上課,一個晚上上課 比起很多同學的大學生活 我們早已踏入那無情的社會 也曾經嚮往加入社團參與系上活動 也想像大多數人一樣過著精彩的大學生活 可是比起玩樂 知道需要支付自己一切生活費用的我 我知道我必須更努力💪🏻 我並不後悔我選擇了進休運四❤️ 想到以後的晚上都不用趕著去上課 想到少了大家嘻嘻哈哈的吵鬧聲 想到少了大家搞笑打嘴砲的玩笑 還是會捨不得當學生的日子 希望大家能繼續保持聯絡📱 致 進休運四 致 我們的大學青春 致 這段旅程的我們 畢業快樂🎓 #畢業季 #graduation #npust #rshp #20190615

It will always be my favourite airport hands down; it always makes me smile! Stunningly done by @rogersstirkharbour and those air handling ducts make me think of @stuart_blower beautiful drawings! #rshp #airportarchitecture #madridairport #modernarchitecture #steelstructure #spanisharchitecture #perspectivephotography #lookup #cartoonarchitecture #bamboo #architecturephotography #interiorarchitecture #interiorperspective #architecturenow #architekt #architravel

Have you seen the new flags up along Piccadilly, @stjameslondon? ✨ They have been designed for the @londonfestivalofarchitecture by @rogersstirkharbour and explore the theme of ‘Boundaries’, to encourage Londoners to take time to reflect on some of London’s physical, political or visual boundaries (keep an eye on our stories for the meaning behind each flag design!) 🇬🇧 Most importantly though, they give a splash of colour to Piccadilly hopefully provoking a smile and a pretty photo opportunity! 📸 @london.westend #lfa2019 #londonfestivalofarchitecture #stjameslondon #londonwestend #rshp #ad

In this row, you can make out the living room, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom of an apartment at real scale 1:1. Market housing in the UK does not benefit form any space standards. As a result of this, UK has some of the smallest homes in Europe • • Full details are on display in the gardens of @stjamespiccadilly - ending this Sunday 30 June #lfa2019 #boundaries #rshp

The final boundary is the most personal - the physical size of the space we occupy in our homes, and the ultimate boundary between public and private space. Each row of banners is 40 sq metres when combined. This is actually larger than the minimum size of a one-bedroom studio flat, which must be at least 39 sq. metres according to the national standards for new dwellings #rshp #lfa2019 #boundaries @stjameslondon @london.westend

The light blue row of @londonfestivalofarchitecture banners designed by #rshp bring an end to our series of intriguing stories. Located on Piccadilly, St.James’s, these banners have been nicknamed ‘A Place to Call Home.’ See the next post to learn more.. #lfa2019 #boundaries #rshp

Burlington Arcade, our neighbouring iconic shopping walkway, celebrated its 200th anniversary last month 🎈 At Burlington Gate, we worked with @rogersstirkharbour to bring to life a new arcade - the first built in the area since the 1930’s. This new walkway connection Cork and Old Burlington Street also comprises extensive gallery space either side in another nod to the cultural heritage of the area.

Boundaries’ designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners Piccadilly, St James’s Led by the Heart of London Business Alliance, the series of banners down Piccadilly, St James’s, looks critically at this year’s @londonfestivalofarchitecture • • STORY 5. Suburban housing and large-scale interruptions Same Same but Different London offers many scales and types of physical boundaries. In the dark blue row of banners, we witness the relentless march of the spectacular Georgian and Victorian terraces. Long, repetitive rows follow established routes such as transport lines, and sometimes trace the natural contours of the land, forming a constant backdrop to much of London. Boundaries between domestic and municipal are represented here; note the sewage treatment works interrupting terraced housing in west London. @stjameslondon @london.westend #rshp #lfa2019

Boundaries’ designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners Piccadilly, St James’s Led by the Heart of London Business Alliance, the series of banners down Piccadilly, St James’s, looks critically at this year’s @londonfestivalofarchitecture • • STORY 5. Suburban housing and large-scale interruptions Same Same but Different London offers many scales and types of physical boundaries. In the dark blue row of banners, we witness the relentless march of the spectacular Georgian and Victorian terraces. Long, repetitive rows follow established routes such as transport lines, and sometimes trace the natural contours of the land, forming a constant backdrop to much of London. Boundaries between domestic and municipal are represented here; note the sewage treatment works interrupting terraced housing in west London. @stjameslondon @london.westend #rshp #lfa2019

‘Boundaries’ designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners Piccadilly, St James’s Led by the Heart of London Business Alliance, The series of banners down Piccadilly, St James’s, looks critically at this year’s London Festival of Architecture theme, ‘Boundaries’, and how they impact London at different scales. Starting with the wider city of London and zooming in until we get to the individual dwelling, the installation encourages us to stop and take note; to take the time to reassess and reexplore the physical, political, representational, social and economic boundaries that exist around us, whether we’ve noticed them before or not. @stjameslondon #lfa2019 #rshp • • STORY 5. Suburban housing and large-scale interruptions Same Same but Different London offers many scales and types of physical boundaries. In the dark blue row of banners, we witness the relentless march of the spectacular Georgian and Victorian terraces. Long, repetitive rows follow established routes such as transport lines, and sometimes trace the natural contours of the land, forming a constant backdrop to much of London. Boundaries between domestic and municipal are represented here; note the sewage treatment works interrupting terraced housing in west London. @stjameslondon @london.westend

A Place to Call Home continued... In this row you can make out the living room, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom of an apartment at real scale 1:1. Market housing in the UK does not benefit from any space standards. As a result of this lack of standard the UK has some of the smallest homes in Europe. Designed by @rogersstirkharbour for the @LondonFestivalofArchitecture #lfa2019 #boundaries #rshp

A Place to Call Home continued... This final boundary is the most personal – the physical size of the space we occupy in our homes, and the ultimate boundary between public and private space. Each row of banners is 40 square metres when combined. This is actually larger than the minimum size of a one-bedroom studio flat, which must be at least 39 square metres according to the national space standards for new dwellings. See the next post to learn more. Designed by @rogersstirkharbour for the @LondonFestivalofArchitecture #lfa2019 #boundaries #rshp

The light blue row of @LondonFestivalofArchiteture banners designed by @rogersstirkharbours bring an end to our series of intriguing stories. Located on PIccadilly, St James's, These banners have been nicknamed A Place to Call Home See the next post to learn more. #lfa2019 #boundaries #rshp

The Same Same but Different continued... Boundaries between domestic and municipal are represented here; note the sewage treatment works interrupting terraced housing in west London. Designed by @rogersstirkharbour for the @LondonFestivalofArchitecture #lfa2019 #boundaries #rshp

The Same Same but Different continued... London offers many scales and types of physical boundaries. In the dark blue row of banners we witness the relentless march of the spectacular Georgian and Victorian terraces. Long, repetitive rows follow established routes such as transport lines, and sometimes trace the natural contours of the land, forming a constant backdrop to much of London. See the next post to learn more. Designed by @rogersstirkharbour for the @LondonFestivalofArchitecture #lfa2019 #boundaries #rshp

Want to know what the dark blue row of @LondonFestivalofArchiteture banners mean? Nicknamed The Same Same but Different. See the next post to learn more. Designed by @rogersstirkharbour. #lfa2019 #boundaries #rshp

Further west (or left) we see the vast open space of Hyde Park, formerly the private hunting grounds of Henry VIII in the 16th century. The park was opened to the public in 1637 and hosted the Great Exhibition and the Crystal Palace in 1851. At 350 acres it is one of the largest urban parks in the world. Designed by @rogersstirkharbour for the @LondonFestivalofArchitecture #lfa2019 #boundaries #rshp

In this row you can see St James’s Square and a glimpse of both St James’s Park and Green Park, all of which provide relief within the urban fabric. These represent the boundaries between public and private urban space. Designed by @rogersstirkharbour for the @LondonFestivalofArchitecture See the next post to learn more. #lfa2019 #boundaries #rshp

The green row of @londonfestivalofarchitecture banners show the boundaries between the dense street pattern of Mayfair and Piccadilly, and breathing space. Nicknamed It's Not Easy Being Green. Designed by @rogersstirkharbour. See the next post to learn more. #lfa2019 #boundaries #rshp

The Corridors of Sky continued... These slices become even more important when you thinkabout the 451 towers in planning, across all 33 London boroughs, none of which will be permitted to stand within one of these ‘viewing corridors’. It is these corridors that give rise to the tight group of towers in the city of London, with the group known as the ‘Eastern cluster’ sitting in a small triangular area between three different viewing corridors. Designed by @rogersstirkharbour for the @LondonFestivalofArchitecture #lfa2019 #boundaries #rshp

The Corridors of Sky continued... The red row considers the boundaries between the earth and the sky. Certain views of St Paul’s Cathedral and Westminster Palace are protected from a series of viewing points including Primrose Hill, Alexander Palace and King Henry VIII’s Mound in Richmond Park. These viewing corridors slice through the city at different angles but are almost invisible unless you stand at the correct viewing spot. As soon as you move sideways these views disappear. Designed by @rogersstirkharbour for the @LondonFestivalofArchitecture See the next post to learn more. #lfa2019 #boundaries #rshp

Boundaries’ designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners Piccadilly, St James’s Led by the Heart of London Business Alliance, the series of banners down Piccadilly, St James’s, looks critically at this year’s @londonfestivalofarchitecture • • STORY 4. London’s Parks and Squares It’s Not Easy Being Green The green row of banners represents the boundaries between the dense urban street pattern of Mayfair and Piccadilly, and areas of respite and breathing space. In this row, you can see St James’s Square and a glimpse of both St James’s Park and Green Park, all of which provide relief within the urban fabric. These represent the boundaries between public and private urban space. Further west (or left) we see the vast open space of Hyde Park, formerly the private hunting grounds of Henry VIII in the 16th century. The park was opened to the public in 1637 and hosted the Great Exhibition and the Crystal Palace in 1851. At 350 acres it is one of the largest urban parks in the world #rshp #lfa2019 @london.westend @stjameslondon

Boundaries’ designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners Piccadilly, St James’s Led by the Heart of London Business Alliance, the series of banners down Piccadilly, St James’s, looks critically at this year’s @londonfestivalofarchitecture • • STORY 4. London’s Parks and Squares It’s Not Easy Being Green The green row of banners represents the boundaries between the dense urban street pattern of Mayfair and Piccadilly, and areas of respite and breathing space. In this row, you can see St James’s Square and a glimpse of both St James’s Park and Green Park, all of which provide relief within the urban fabric. These represent the boundaries between public and private urban space. Further west (or left) we see the vast open space of Hyde Park, formerly the private hunting grounds of Henry VIII in the 16th century. The park was opened to the public in 1637 and hosted the Great Exhibition and the Crystal Palace in 1851. At 350 acres it is one of the largest urban parks in the world @stjameslondon @london.westend #lfa2019 #rshp

‘Boundaries’ designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners Piccadilly, St James’s Led by the Heart of London Business Alliance, The series of banners down Piccadilly, St James’s, looks critically at this year’s London Festival of Architecture theme, ‘Boundaries’, and how they impact London at different scales. Starting with the wider city of London and zooming in until we get to the individual dwelling, the installation encourages us to stop and take note; to take the time to reassess and reexplore the physical, political, representational, social and economic boundaries that exist around us, whether we’ve noticed them before or not. @stjameslondon #lfa2019 #rshp • • STORY 4. London’s Parks and Squares It’s Not Easy Being Green The green row of banners represents the boundaries between the dense urban street pattern of Mayfair and Piccadilly, and areas of respite and breathing space. In this row, you can see St James’s Square and a glimpse of both St James’s Park and Green Park, all of which provide relief within the urban fabric. These represent the boundaries between public and private urban space. Further west (or left) we see the vast open space of Hyde Park, formerly the private hunting grounds of Henry VIII in the 16th century. The park was opened to the public in 1637 and hosted the Great Exhibition and the Crystal Palace in 1851. At 350 acres it is one of the largest urban parks in the world @london.westend

Want to know what the red row of @londonfestivalofarchitecture banners mean? Designed by @rogersstirkharbour, this row has been nicknamed The Corridors of Sky. See the next post to learn more. #lfa2019 #boundaries #rshp

Mind The Gap continued... The routes reveal the chaotic reality of the underground system, which emerged from several competing railway companies, rather than the sanitised version of Harry Beck’s London Underground Tube map that we all know and love. Here we see another boundary – between the physical and the representational. Comment your thoughts on this interesting story. Designed by @rogersstirkharbour for the @LondonFestivalofArchitecture #lfa2019 #boundaries #rshp

Mind The Gap continued... Around AD 43, London was first established as a Roman settlement on the River Thames, known as Londinium. Thanks to commerce it thrived, importing/exporting goods via the Thames. Today, some 2000 years later, the Thames acts more as a barrier between north and south of the city. The orange row of banners shows how the Thames dissects London, and overlaid is a series of other arterial routes. However, these routes are deceptive, as they are not the main roads but the London tube lines. See the next post to learn more. Designed by @rogersstirkharbour for the @LondonFestivalofArchitecture #lfa2019 #boundaries #rshp

Want to know what the orange @londonfestivalofarchitecture banners designed by @rogersstirkharbour mean? They've been nicknamed Mind The Gap. See the next post to learn more. #lfa2019 #boundaries #rshp

108.06.15 (六) [ 107學年度休運系送舊餐會 ] . 結束本學期最後一個大活動 所有東西都聯絡完了結果突然說更改地點 內心已死一百萬次 不過還好有給力的隊友們 四天的時間內把東西全部重新討論規劃 可能本學期最忙的一個禮拜就是這時候吧 感謝總召宥富把一切都掌控好 雖然已經搭檔過很多次了但每次都會吵架哈哈哈不過都還是會一起好好討論把事情用好 也謝謝美宣 臨時的更改還是把佈置完成 還有謝謝所有工作人員大家的幫忙 不分職務的一起做事 也謝謝老師們 在這過程之中的種種幫忙 不論是多功能教室還是網美牆河河 最後最想謝謝的還是每天陪我在多功能從早待的晚沒日沒夜的你們❤️ 感動無法用言語說出口😭😭😭 . . 最後 祝各位學長姐 畢業快樂🎉🎉🎉 . 107學年度休運系小畢典副召 下台一鞠躬 #npust #rshp

The Boroughs That Divide Us continued... These authorities range from some of the wealthiest to the poorest in the country, and there are some thought-provoking social boundaries to note within each borough. Camden, for example, has a 10-year difference in life expectancy from its southern edge (Euston Road) to its northern edge (Highgate). Can you name any other boundaries? Designed by @rogersstirkharbour for the @LondonFestivalofArchitecture #lfa2019 #boundaries #rshp

The Boroughs That Divide Us continued... The pink row of @LondonFestivalofArchitecture banners showcases the boundaries between different levels of local and municipal governance; from the citywide strategic administration of the Greater London Authority (GLA) to the more focused administration carried out by the 33 local authorities of each borough. See the next post to learn more. Designed by @rogersstirkharbour. #lfa2019 #boundaries #rshp

Did you know, each row of the @LondonFestivalofArchitecture banners designed by @rogersstirkharbour have a deeper meaning behind them? The pink row of banners down Piccadilly, St James’s are nicknamed The Boroughs That Divide Us. See the next post to learn more. #lfa2019 #boundaries #rshp

‘Boundaries’ designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners Piccadilly, St James’s Led by the Heart of London Business Alliance, the series of banners down Piccadilly, St James’s, looks critically at this year’s @londonfestivalofarchitecture • • 3.Citywide London View Management Frameworks (LVMF) – Strategic Views Corridors of Sky Rarely considered, boundaries between the earth and the sky have also been created within London. Particular views of St Paul’s Cathedral and Westminster Palace are protected from a series of strategic viewing points such as Primrose Hill, Alexander Palace and King Henry VIII’s Mound in Richmond Park. As demonstrated by the red row of banners these corridors slice through the city at different angles but are almost invisible unless you stand at the correct viewing spot. As soon as you move sideways these views disappear. These slices become even more important when you understand that across all 33 boroughs there are currently 451 towers in planning, none of which will be permitted to stand within one of these ‘viewing corridors’. It is these corridors that give rise to the tight group of towers in the city of London, with the group known as the ‘Eastern cluster’ sitting in a small triangular area between three different viewing corridors #rshp

‘Boundaries’ designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners Piccadilly, St James’s Led by the Heart of London Business Alliance, The series of banners down Piccadilly, St James’s, looks critically at this year’s London Festival of Architecture theme, ‘Boundaries’, and how they impact London at different scales. Starting with the wider city of London and zooming in until we get to the individual dwelling, the installation encourages us to stop and take note; to take the time to reassess and reexplore the physical, political, representational, social and economic boundaries that exist around us, whether we’ve noticed them before or not. @stjameslondon #lfa2019 #rshp • • STORY 3. Citywide London View Management Frameworks (LVMF) – Strategic Views Corridors of Sky Rarely considered, boundaries between the earth and the sky have also been created within London. Particular views of St Paul’s Cathedral and Westminster Palace are protected from a series of strategic viewing points such as Primrose Hill, Alexander Palace and King Henry VIII’s Mound in Richmond Park. As demonstrated by the red row of banners these corridors slice through the city at different angles but are almost invisible unless you stand at the correct viewing spot. As soon as you move sideways these views disappear. These slices become even more important when you understand that across all 33 boroughs there are currently 451 towers in planning, none of which will be permitted to stand within one of these ‘viewing corridors’. It is these corridors that give rise to the tight group of towers in the city of London, with the group known as the ‘Eastern cluster’ sitting in a small triangular area between three different viewing corridors @london.westend

Mari saling membantu meringankan beban kek Arsyad Salurkan bantuan teman teman ke @kurirlangit #rshp #mediaindonesia #rifkishop #freeshare

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嘉玲+0
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2019-06-15 10:12:03

↞↟↠↡✎⁰⁶¹⁵ ❢ ʜᴀᴘᴘʏ ɢʀᴀᴅᴜᴀᴛɪᴏɴ❤ 今日最遺憾的事情就是無法親自送上祝福, 下次我一定義無反顧翹班(如果還有下次😂 穿上學士服一定很熱齁,那趕快脫掉吧😁 有誰要繼續留下來再讀一年呢?請舉手🙋 你們真的就這樣畢業了, 不能再跟你們一起球場打球😢 我的大學生涯,能認識你們和你們一起練球真好,雖然後來懶癌發作,但沒練球的日子說真的還有點空虛哈哈哈😓 最後祝你們畢業快樂 ,也願你們永記這樣特別且美好的大學生活。 #npust #rshp #舊照📷 #畢業快樂呀你們這群老屁股🎉 —————————————————————— 📍:NPUST

A rainy day in London town. Not ideal weather to sketch in the street, so I made this a quick one. But it is ideal weather to check out all the cool events currently on for the London Festival of Architecture. . In this pic you can see the new flag installation, stretching down Piccadilly. . . Debuting as a festival hub for the London Festival or Architecture, Heart of London plays host to this fantastic flag installation down Piccadilly, St James throughout June. Designed by world renowned architecture firm Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, the vibrant and unique flag designs explore the boundaries of Greater London and encourages visitors to take the time to explore surrounding physical, political, social and economic boundaries that exist in our modern day lives. . . Consisting of seven designs, each flag united side-by-side in a row explores the limitations of London with themes including: Greater London, The River Thames, and Arterial routes, City wide London View Management Frameworks - Strategic Views, London's Parks and Squares, Suburban housing and large-scale interruptions and the private dwelling. . . #londonfestivalofarchitecture #lfa2019 #stjameslondon #londonvenue #rshp #londonwestend #london #piccadilly #maxwellillustration #illustration #pensketch #pendrawing #penfreaks #micronpen #archisketcher #architecturesketch #usk #urbanksketchers #urbanksketch #sketchwalker #travelsketcher #travel #wanderlust #piccadillycircus #ilovelondon #thisislondon #rainy #flags

建樺
(@bbhua_)

15 Days 15 Hours Ago

🎓 這四年,其實最大的收穫與唯一開心的事情就是認識到你們大家。 - 撥穗典禮上了台,幫我撥穗的對象是系主任,主任問了我一句:家裡的人有沒有來參加畢業典禮? 我想了一下,我跟她說沒有,撥完穗回到座位的時候,看了周遭,心裡挺羨慕其他畢業生,因為他們家人幾乎都有來參加。 - 欣慰的事情是,特地過來祝福我的朋友們。 謝謝銘暐哥還有東漢哥,還有專程從台北過來的庚霖哥,你們都比我大,算是我的好哥哥們。 - 對於感動的事情,我不善於表達,當場也沒有感謝的話跟你們講,所以這篇文章是要來感謝你們的,挺感動的,謝謝你們大家。 - 也謝謝學弟學妹們的祝福,辛苦你們辦的休運小畢典,場地佈置的很好,禮物很讚很實用。 - 最後,同學們畢業快樂👨🏻‍🎓 #npust #rshp

花生🥜
(@____zlm___)

2019-06-15 02:32:11

沒有永不散的宴席 希望畢業後大家還能在聯絡(淚 祝各位畢業快樂 #rshp #npust #畢業快樂🎉 #進休運四

All you have to do is believe in yourself. 一直以來我總是告訴自己 專注看著自己的目標,想像自己成功的模樣 然後你就成功了 雖然屏東科技大學不是大家眼中的頭籌 但是不得不說它很棒,尤其休運系更棒 現在雖然稱不上正式離開它 卻也象徵著一個階段的結束及一個階段的開始 四年經歷風風雨雨又淹水的日子 最後一天是炙熱的陽光普照 上帝給予每個人相同的陽光 怎麼樣去享受它是自己的選擇 進休運四的大家 We did it! 接下來繼續勇敢的做自己想成為的那個人 #npust #rshp #happygraduation 謝謝前來祝福的朋友們 用鮮花鋪滿的康莊大道 我會繼續走花路🌹 謝謝你的貼心與用心 我想答案是Yes

Giulio
(@verdekiwi)

2019-06-14 11:38:49

View from the shard #shard #verdekiwi #rshp #ledenhall #bank