An exploration into what “Ruin” means in architecture, and the significance of Hope as a form making device.
An assessment of the world’s most prolific religion: Soccer fandom.
The scales of human perspective as the main drivers of culture. They are non-reducible and non-singular since they don’t apply to anyone in the same manner, but still apply to everyone. These scales construct the hyper-frame.
Empathy as the main trigger of human interaction, one that shifts the consciousness of a single into a society: explained through the lens of film and architecture.
Framing as a means to rethinking the idea of an edge, not as a means of separating, but as means of showcasing diversity.
Short story thriller through sensorial architecture.
Review of Sarah Charlesworth “Doubleworld” exhibit at LACMA; focusing on the experience of the exhibit, presenting an evaluation and argument about the thesis of the exhibition.
This is the story of a peculiarlittle boy;Who kissed the moon andbecame light.