"Away, away, away, away, away..."
It's been quite a while. Not since we've been to Lubbock-- we manage to get back there about once a year-- but since we've visited the Bruno House right outside of the city in Ransom Canyon. This architectural marvel is quite the standout, not only locally, but nationally as well. It was featured in Vogue's September Issue a few years ago, and more recently, Solange's beautifully shot "Cranes in the Sky" music video. However, more than these contemporary acknowledgements, what makes Robert Bruno's house so special is the painstaking process by which he designed and constructed it. It was a labor of love for the sculptor; one he spent over 30 years crafting virtually by himself. He didn't get to finish it before he died in 2008, but this dwelling sculpture is a masterpiece and a Lubbock icon.
We haven't visited the Bruno House since we were young curious undergrads, so it was such a treat revisiting through a new lens (literally and metaphorically)
Jacket: Suitsupply (also dig this one) | Shirt: Ledbury (just like this one) | Pants: Banana Republic | Shoes: Zara (similar) | Tie: Gitman Bros. (also dig this one) | Pocket Square: Hadleigh's | Watch: Daniel Wellington | Sunglasses: Moscot (similar)