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A Little About Me

Hello! I'm Thereza Rebouças, a brazilian architect, urban planner and interior designer - but here, I'm just a blogger (yeah! it's my superpower) and to keep my secret identity you can call me Theriz! I run this blog since 2009, when I was graduating at the Architecture School and it should be a space to publish my work.. Well, it turns out I discovered I had much more to share :) More info...


Life is a Beach!

Ahh.. o Verão! Como diz aquela frase famosa: "Hair gets lighter,skin gets darker, water gets warmer, drinks get colder, music gets louder, nights get longer, life gets better."
No Brasil é Inverno agora, então vou compartilhar um #TBT com vocês viagem para a cidade praiana do Rio: Búzios, que fiz no início do ano.. ☀️☀️☀️

maiô mára da Salinas
minha saia preferida da Farm

Pedra Amar e vista na praia de João Fernandes

verão combina com caipirinha 

não esqueça o filtro solar

gatinhos e badalação na praia de Geribá
Short H&M

Rua das Pedras e vestido Farm

o melhor crepe que você já comeu na vida!

a famosa estátua de Brigitte Bardot
Short Zara

Banho de mar = energias renovadas!

Sign Of The Times

"Just stop your crying.." Harry Styles would say.. The end is near, but if you are in New York you don't need to worry so much about it.. Although the city is always the first to be attacked by aliens, zombies or natural catastrophes, it's the only place on Earth that survives and prevails.
Well, at least its monumental architecture and engineering constructions, as is the case of the Statue of Liberty..

The End scene from 'Planet of the Apes' (1968) 

I'm talking about science fiction films, of course!! And in this cold and lost Sunday night I want to share with you the 5 times New York City survived The End of the World - in my favorite movies :)

#5 - 'Independence Day' (1996) by Roland Emmerich

When aliens take Manhattan

#4 - 'Deep Impact' (1998) by Mimi Leder

Guess where the comet that can destroy our planet will fall?

#3 - 'Oblivion' by Joseph Kosinski, based on Konsinski's unpublished graphic novel of the same name

It's not the first time we watch Tom Cruise fight with aliens in New York (remember 'War of the Worlds'?), but at this time he's in a Post apocalyptic period and he's alone.. well, at least he thinks he is.

I loved that they stopped using the Liberty Statue cliche to show what was left of other constructions too, like the Empire State Building

#2 - 'The Day After Tomorrow' (2004) by Roland Emmerich (did you notice? The same director from 'Independence Day'.. I guess he knows what he's doing)

Fronzen NYC - with survivors!!

#1 - My favorite of all: 'A.I. Artificial Intelligence" (2001), by Steven Spielberg and Stanley Kubrick

This film changed my life and my perceptions about life, reality and cinema. Because of it, I started to love science fiction stories, speacially the post apocalyptic ones. It made me believe in the beauty of the future - the scenes of an under water Manhattan are a beautiful work of art.

Bonus: to me, it all started with the Apes..

Charlton Heston is a lost astronaut trying to find his way home when he realizes there's no more home to go back to

this scene is a classic that everbody try to recreate

Bonus + 'The day the Earth stood still' (2008) by Scott Derrickson

the alien ship lands in the middle of the Central Park and the destruction begins..

".. Stop your crying, baby, it'll be alright
They told me that the end is near
We gotta get away from here.." 🎶🎶

Or not! Keep calm and make some popcorn..
Wish you a great end of the night (not the world) haha..
And good luck 'cause tomorrow is Monday!!

A great week to all!


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