Bateye® has in its genesis a creative, Marco Sousa, who following his graduation and after years of dedication to architecture and passion for cities, felt the need to create furniture that caught in the elements of convergence between art and architecture, transcribing for furniture the forms, movements, gestures and colours that he kept with his eyes.
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To appreciate Westminster is to walk around and truly take in the glorious, historic places. Cameras just can't capture the centuries of awe in one place.

Lancaster Road, Notting Hill, London

Prettiest Streets in London - 7 You Have to Explore

Lancaster Road, London: The rainbow-coloured houses on Notting Hill’s Lancaster Road. This famous row shows off the neighbourhood’s signature hues at their best.

Inspiration By @bateye

We were discussing England today in my World Geography class and the whole time I just had this horrible yearning to be there. I don’t even know what it is about that place; I don’t know why I love it so much or why it’s resonated so deeply with me.

London, England | Inpiration of LONDON COLLECTION by @bat

25 Most Romantic Cities in the World

Piccadilly Circus, Check Out our London Collection by bat eye

Piccadilly Circus, London (by mikerolls) (All things Europe)

allthingseurope: Piccadilly Circus, London (by mikerolls) Exploring the beauty of design, nature, style and man - Mytro Man

London Collection by @bat

Westminster Bridge and Big Ben, London, UK. I went to London it was amazing, there was so much to do and to see.

London Eye | London Collection by bat eye

Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.

Porto Collection by Bat eye

Barrels of wine in a Rabelo boat, Douro river, Oporto,

@bat_eye  inspiration

Big Ben is the nickname for the Great Bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London, and often extended to refer to the clock and the clock tower.