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Sky Sleeper Pavilion Design

Escape and nature make for the best of naps. Our aim was to create a place for the pavilion user to escape to their own unique place within nature. 217 more words


An year down an architecture college!

Yes.It’s actually been an entire year that I’ve entered an architecture college, though I still feel like I’m just out of school!So this post is going to be about this one year, and what I think I learnt in it .Hopefully, it will be a good read for those of you who do read my blog! 465 more words

The Importance of Context

My favourite time to be in my bedroom is late morning. Behind heavy curtains on my windows, normally pulled back, hang sheer, pale golden ones. The glow of late morning sunlight filtering through those into my space is ethereal. 607 more words


Ontological Design: Architectural and Creative Power

Design and other creative output are the brainchildren of our minds. They are born out of our own thinking, being products of our ability to solve design problems, express ourselves, and channel our subconscious and conscious memories into new projects. 384 more words


When in doubt: have a break...have a kitkat

Hey guys!

These days I was looking back and thinking about the reasons behind starting this blog. I started it during my Bachelor Thesis, partly because it helped me align my chaotic thoughts, by having to share my work with more then just some stuffed animals I had laying around my room .  371 more words

Sicily 2016

Trip to Sicily 2016 as part of Third Year Architecture Studies.

This sketchbook was completed during one day of traveling through Sicily where we visited the Catacombs, ancients caves, cathedrals and churches. 7 more words

Architecture Student

A Slower Start

The images above are of work that I did while at Fresno City College.

  1. chair made from laser cut cardboard
  2. pencil rendering focusing on interior space and light…
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