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Solid Concrete Studio + Gallery / ASWA

© Phuttipan Aswakool

  • Architects: ASWA
  • Location: Bangkok, Thailand
  • Architect In Charge: Phuttipan Aswakool, Chotiros Techamongklapiwat
  • Area: 900.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2015
  • Photographs: Phuttipan Aswakool

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Bae Area

Earlier this month I took my first trip to the West Coast to visit three of my close friends who have moved/moved back. It was a much-needed break from work and I was blessed with ‘San Francisco summer’ – the two or three weeks of heat and sunshine in September/October. 180 more words


Round 1 at The Met

I can’t really say that I did the Met, but I think that it did me, on two consecutive days.

All photos by me, from top to bottom: The sculpture gallery; a screen by Jean Dunand from 1925-26; the Louis of France, the Grand Dauphin by Francois Girourard; a 2nd century painting from Roman Egypt and a Byzantine mosaic; one of the period rooms in the Met; Venus and Aeneas by Jean Cornu; a floral still-life in carved lime wood from 1784; another period room rescued from a French chateau; the American Court; Amor Caritas by Augustus Saint-Gaudans; two paintings by Sargent (including details of the three Wyndham sisters); Maurice Prendergast Central Park; another period room; Europa and the bull in the sculpture court; the entrance hall.


Brooklyn (Bridge) Baby

Yeah my boyfriend’s pretty cool, But he’s not as cool as me, Cause I’m a Brooklyn baby, I’m a Brooklyn baby…

If you don’t know those lyrics, you should get familiar with them. 618 more words


Valencia, the Most Photogenic City in Spain

One sunny May day after 3 hour train ride from Barcelona me and my lovely travel companion Nalani arrived in the city of Valencia. After dropping our bags off at the most perfect AirBnb loft, we decided to run out the door and explore a new exciting city with all the historical and modern landmarks it has to offer.  155 more words


The key Garden Home By Wallflower Architecture + Design

The Secret Backyard House Simply by Wallflower Structures + Style | CONTEMPORIST

Photography simply by Marc Tey
Singapore centered Wallflower Structures + Style were inquired by their customer to design a…


The backbone of a haunted house’s success lies in its design. Most haunted houses are laid out similar to mazes. Instead they are paths with lots of twists and turns to keep the customers on their toes to where they can’t anticipate what will come next. 305 more words

Haunted House