an endless skyline

Ghost/Living Person AU

#41 from the prompts I got forever ago… I’m slowly working through them! <3

(Someone messaged me this number and I wrote it down, so I don’t have it as an actual ask… and I can’t find the original message. So if this is for you let me know?)

Anakin can be forgiven for not remembering it is the anniversary of an event ten years in the past. He is nineteen, bright and beautiful, a devoted Padawan to his master Qui-Gon Jinn and the Order that took him in all those years ago. His world is the warm hallways and lofty salons of the Temple, excursions to other systems always done under the careful wing of his Master.

He does not remember the face of Qui-Gon’s former Padawan, even if he knows his name: Obi-Wan Kenobi. Kenobi exists like a fabled krayt dragon on the homeworld Anakin remembers even less than Kenobi’s face: a figure to be discussed in quiet, hushed tones, a now-legendary name among Padawans.

The Padawan who died slaying the first Sith Lord to be seen in a thousand years, taking a mortal blow meant for Qui-Gon even as he rammed his blade through the creature’s heart.

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#can we seriously talk about lincoln’s reaction when he sees daisy?? #he’s like sir yes sir at your service boss #but only you not him #because when mack starts talking he gets all mr. smarty pants #and then just mack wipes the floor with his ass when he gave his badass speech lol #but look at him #he sees her an stands up like he looks worried #i bet he wanted to tell her something #lmao bye

The Sky Court House by Keiji Ashizawa Design

I love contemporary Japanese architecture, so here’s a cool city home that focuses as much on what’s overhead as what’s all around.

The Sky Court House designed by modern Japanese architects Keiji Ashizawa Design is a renovated home - a rarity in Japan in and of itself. This urban house plan has an unusual connection to the city and the sunlight via a rooftop sky court (hence its name!) and many windows, which flood interiors with natural light at every level. Turning the traditional floor plan on its head, this home puts private areas - a family room, bathroom and bedrooms opening onto a private Japanese garden - on the main floor. Keiji Ashizawa Design

Enjoy the virtual tour!

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