This house; Casa Clara, is mainly a small house, strong personality and clear solution (clear means Clara in Portuguese). The entire house is delicately supported on the downhill terrain. The landscape have a free view from the interior, even the layout is clear, simple solution with elegant design, in some ways this house is very minimal.
The ‘Cobogó” (Brazilian void concrete block) have an important role, guaranteeing the privacy of the occupants, this material also have some control of the afternoon insulation, as a void material this block allows the occupants to appreciate the wonderful sunset in Brasilia.
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Good wood - stripped back wood and concrete still looks so darn good, as proven by this pad just outside Porto, Portugal. ‘The Mami House’ by Portuguese architect José Carlos Nunes de Oliveira (and it cost less than €100,000 to build…boom!)
- He isn’t portuguese technically. His grandparents escaped from Salazar dictatorship to france as everyone did back then. His own dad was born in france. So yeah he is french. But he still has that hot portuguese blood and lord help us all.
- He used to go to portugal every summer when he was little. His own dad speaked portuguese in his house because that’s what happens, we are assholes and speak our language in our homes and then go back to our country and speak french just because we are lil shits. So yeah Grantaire knows portuguese. His vó would kill him if he didn’t.
- When he is stressed he starts talking in portuguese because other people can’t understand him and that makes him feel safer.
- When he hurts himself he just screams “caralho”.
- No one of les amis knew that was exactly cursing and they thought it was a beautiful word. Till R is like “you know that is like the most normal portuguese cursing word right?” And everyone starts using it as well and its adorable.
- He actually knows a lot of portuguese history and when marius is being an idiot about Napoleon he just clears his throat and be like “Well my people kicked his ass 3 times he ain’t that great”. (also enjolras screams there that that aint the point that Napoleon was bad because he was bad).
- The only time he was vocal about a cause it was about the immigrants and refugees. No one ever saw him like that. He was talking with everyone and defending that cause and one night Enjolras comes to him and aks why its so important for him and Grantaire just smiles and says: “My grandparents escaped from the dictatorship. They were refugees in France. I can’t let that be forgotten.” So yeah Enjolras kind of fell in love with him a bit more.
- HE CALLS CORAÇÃO (heart) TO EVERY LES AMIS BECAUSE PORTUGUESE PEOPLE ARE THAT AFFECTIONATE.
- First time he calls “amor” (love) to Enjolras, he almost dies. Because that sounds so much better than in french and he loves french. But the way Grantaire lips move when he talks portuguese is something that makes Enjy weak.
- He just curses in portuguese. Forget french. He is just caralho, merda, puta que te pariu, filho da puta, cona, cara de pila, etc.
- And everyone thinks that is beautiful.
- He likes to say shit like “oh in portuguese you dont say ____ you say __(something that has nothing to do and its probably a dirty joke)__. Because he is an adorable liltle shit.
- HE KNOWS HOW TO COOK PORTUGUESE FOOD AND COURF LOVED IT. AND HE LOVES TO COOK TO EVERYONE AND GET EVERYONE AROUND A TABLE BECAUSE THEY ARE FAMILY AND THAT IS A TYPICAL SUNDAY WITH THE FAMILY.
- He loves the beach and gets cranky in summer because the sea calls for him.
- He loves Fernando Pessoa so much. So so much. Cause hey no one was more emo than him.
- Sometimes he sings fado and everyone is looking at him and awe because damn R voice is amazing but in portuguese??? They can hear something more even if they dont understand a third of the words.
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Chinese Zodiac Sign: Dragon !!! hell yasss
Hogwarts House: Gryffindor
Myers-Briggs (MBTI) Personality Result: Oh I have no idea??
Favorite Season(s): Summer!!
Favorite Book(s): The Host and Harry Potter (all of them)
Favorite Flower(s): Orchids
Favorite Color(s): Lavender, pink, blue
Favorite Animal(s) & Why: omg so many…. Dolphins, cats in general (you know, lion, tiger, domestic cat, etc) eagles, giant panda, koala, etc
Favorite Ice Cream Flavor:
Stracciatella and strawberry
Average Hours of Sleep: 6
SamGirl/DeanGirl/CasGirl/CrowleyGirl/Other/None?: I love Dean, but in the end, having to choose, my fav will always be Cas.
Favorite SPN Character & Why: Castiel! he’s so precious and smol!! I just fell in love with his personality and his story right from the beginning. I can relate to him in a lot of ways and I just want to see him happy and be loved.
Second Favorite SPN Character & Why: Dean!! He’s my son. he’s funny, loves food, loves music, loves his family and he just gives so much of himself for the ones he loves, even after everything he went through, he’s capable of so much love and just ughh my bean!
Favorite Fictional Characters Other Than SPN: Damon Salvatore from the vampire diaries will always have a special place in my heart!
Favorite Superheroes: Hmmm don’t really have one? do Castiel and Dean count? :P
Favorite Movies: Moulin Rouge, Harry Potter (all of them), Lord of the Rings (all of them),
What Would Your Personal SPN Heaven Look Like: anything where Destiel is canon.
Sebastian I was King of Portugal and the Algarves from 11 June 1557 to 4 August 1578 and the penultimate Portuguese monarch of the House of Aviz.
After attaining his majority in 1568, Sebastian, drawn the stories of the country’s past glories, dreamed of a great crusade against Morocco. A Moroccan succession struggle gave him the opportunity, despite having no son and heir and after being advised several times not to do it.
The Portuguese army of 17,000 men, and almost all of the country’s nobility, sailed at the beginning of June from Lisbon, visited Cadiz, where they expected to find the Spanish volunteers, who failed to appear, then crossed into Morocco. Sebastian was almost certainly killed in the battle (battle of Alcácer-Quibir), as well as the most of the nobles. This had tremendous impacts in Portugal, and in addition, the Spanish king took advantage and claimed the throne (they were relatives), which led to an invasion and subsequent incorporation of Portugal to Spain. The Iberian Union lasted 60 years.
Several soldiers returned to Portugal, which, added to uncertainty over Sebastian’s fate, led many Portuguese to believe Sebastian had survived the battle and would return to claim his throne. This led to Sebastianism: the belief that Sebastian could return at any moment. He would then be known by symbolic names: O Encoberto (The Hidden One) who would return on a foggy morning to save Portugal; or as O Desejado (The Desired One). The legend was vigorously promoted through the massive circulation of popular rhymes (trovas) written by António Gonçalves de Bandarra.
In December 2011, the historian Maria Luísa Martins da Cunha argued that King Sebastian survived the battle and reappeared in 1598, in Italy, and was arrested in Venice, Florence and Naples, with the complicity of the Spanish.
My YouTube account containing all scenes of Colin Morgan in his projects has been terminated. Fortunately, I uploaded most of the videos separately to Tumblr. Not all of them, however: all the videos from The Tempest are gone forever (unless I find time to make them again, but I doubt it), and some of the longer The Fall scenes are gone.
If you click ‘Keep reading’ below, you’ll find all the scenes of Colin Morgan in Island, Parked, Quirke, Testament of Youth, and Humans. Most, but not all, of his scenes from The Fallare also there, as well as a compilation of every single scene he appeared in in BBC Radio 1′s Good Omens (with transcripts!).
Here is a compilation of all Colin Morgan’s scenes in Island, Parked, The Fall, Quirke, The Tempest, Testament of Youth, andHumans, as well as a compilation of every single scene he appeared in in BBC Radio 1′s Good Omens(with transcripts!).
2011 - CALUM MACLEOD IN ISLAND
Where’s Your Dad? - 1 | 2
Apology - 1 | 2
Stuck in the Mud
Seals - 1 | 2
Back Home - 1 | 2
Forest - 1 | 2
Bottles on a Line
Treasure Trove - 1 | 2
Proposition - 1 | 2
Table Rock - 1 | 2 | 3
A Different Story - 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
Storm - 1 | 2
The Final Blow
Into the Water
I’ll Never Leave You - 1 | 2 | 3
2012 - CATHAL O’REAGAN IN PARKED
The First Glimpse
Introductions - part 1 | part 2
Conversations - part 1 | part 2
Knocking on the Door
Pulled Aside - part 1 | part 2
The Watch - part 1 | part 2
A Cup of Coffee
Dangerous Driving - part 1 | part 2
Morning Routine - part 1 | part 2
The Broken Clock
Access Denied, Again
By the Water
Call on Fred
Cleaning the Car
Beat Up - part 1 | part 2
Dad - part 1 | part 2
Fireworks - part 1 | part 2
2013 - ARIEL IN THE TEMPEST
Prospero calls for Ariel - part 1 | 2
Ariel sings; Miranda and Ferdinand meet for the first time - part 1 | 2
Ariel witnesses an exchange - part 1 | 2
Trinculo and Stephano are the epitome of hilarity, and Ariel looks on - part 1 | 2
Ariel enters as the terrifying harpy
Ariel and Prospero discuss Miranda and Ferdinand
Ariel, Prospero, Miranda, and Ferdinand dance - part 1 | 2
Ariel casts a spell
The dogs are out
Ariel and Prospero discuss humanity
Prospero frees his prisoners as Ariel looks on
Problems are resolved, and Prospero makes a final speech as Ariel looks on - part 1 | 2
The cast dances for the curtain call
2013 - JIMMY MINOR IN QUIRKE
La Vie En Rose(or: with portuguese subtitles)
April’s House (or: with portuguese subtitles)
The Theatre (or: with portuguese subtitles)
The Morgue (or: with portuguese subtitles)
Patrick (or: with portuguese subtitles)
Comfort (or: with portuguese subtitles)
2014 - DS TOM ANDERSON IN THE FALL
episode 2x04 - 1
episode 2x05 - 1 | 2
episode 2x06 - 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7
2014 - NEWTON PULSIFER IN BBC’S GOOD OMENS
Newt applies for a job as witch finder via phone call to Madam Tracy. audio | transcript
Newt speaks to Sergeant Shadwell about his interest in the job. audio | transcript
Newt reads the pilot newspapers in search of suspicious phenomena. audio | transcript
Newt and Shadwell go through their witchfinding inventory. audio | transcript
Newt is curious about Agnes Nutter. audio | transcript
Newt finds out about his great-great-great-grandfather, Thou-Shalt-Not-Commit-Adultery Pulsifer, who was one of the greatest witchfinders to ever have lived. audio | transcript
Newt is hilariously British about the weather. “Normal weather at this time of year isn’t normal, Sergeant!” audio | transcript
A UFO stops in front of Newt’s car, and he has a conversation with an alien. audio | transcript
Newt and Anathema meet for the first time. audio | transcript
Newt and Anathema attempt to decipher Agnes’ prophecies. audio | transcript
Newt and Anathema find a prophecy about themselves. Awkwardness ensues. audio | transcript
In which post-coital Newt is extremely giggly. audio | transcript
Newt and Anathema finally figure out the meaning of one of Agnes’ prophecies. audio | transcript
Newt and Anathema get to the airbase. audio | transcript
There is a diversion. audio | transcript
Newt and Anathema take down a guard. audio | transcript
Newt makes things explode in the communications room. Hilarity ensues. audio | transcript
Newt makes a confession, but ends up fixing things anyway. audio | transcript
In which there are decision to be made, volcanoes, and pins. audio | transcript
Anathema is confusing, but Newt takes it in his stride. audio | transcript
Newt’s Wasabi car has changed. audio | transcript
Newt and Anathema get a package, but they’re not sure whether it’s a welcome one… audio |transcript
BEST OF NEWT
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best of episode 3
best of episode 4
best of episode 5
best of episode 6
2015 - VICTOR RICHARDSON IN TESTAMENT OF YOUTH
Vera and the boys in the lake
Vera and the boys by the lake
Vera gets a new piano
Vera doesn’t want to get married - Victor is crestfallen
Victor plays the piano
Vera writes to her brother
Victor appears in uniform
Vera has some good news to share
Vera sees a familiar friendly face in a street in Oxford