Naked Architecture
Architecture

Naked Architecture

If we think about architecture, we think about a composition of light and materials put together in space. Furniture is barely needed since the space itself is the main feature. Sometimes, however, architecture is disguised or there are too many partitions that make it difficult to fully understand the space. Architecture, or naked architecture, should … Continue reading

The Free Architecture Guide of Santiago de Chile (PDF)
Architecture / City Guides

The Free Architecture Guide of Santiago de Chile (PDF)

  Santiago, Chile’s vast and dense capital city, sits amidst the country’s central valley. In the winter months, one can vividly see the snow-capped Andes from most points in the city. Additionally, the urban grid is determined by two prominent hills: San Cristóbal and Santa Lucía. Since I first visited in 2013, the skyline has … Continue reading

Architecture

Farnsworth House

The Farnsworth House (Mies van der Rohe, 1951) located in Plano (Illinois), was one of the architecture masterpieces that I was most excited to visit while in Illinois. We travelled the Sunday that the NATO Conference was in Chicago and had a lot of trouble getting out the city. Lake Shore Drive seemed impossible to … Continue reading