Kenneth Frampton won the lifetime award (the Lisbon Triennale Millenium BCP Lifetime Achievement Award). I love that it was mentioned in the article that architecture does not live only as built works. It’s so easy to see architecture as “the … Read More
It’s official. I’m a business. I created the business back in August, but you’re never really anything official until Google recognizes you, right? This screenshot is the result of applying to Google as a “real” local business, waiting for their … Read More
Baller soccer stadium in Brazil. Rainwater reuse and water heating systems by using solar panels installed on the rooftop; includes installation of photovoltaic panels for power generation.
Why Iwan Baan’s TED Talk Was Right Here’s a TED talk video from the now-famous architecture photographer Iwan Baan, and a reaction to it by two students working on a project similar to his message. I love the call to “take … Read More
Recently, I realized that I read a lot of code. A lot of code, and also many kinds of code. As an Architect, I use the building code: International Building Code, State Building Code, and other standards of similar nature, … Read More
When Renata went to Washington for a conference, I was able to tag along and run the area with her. Seeing the area on foot was great enough, not to mention all the daily activity. While there were certainly many … Read More
The view from the top of the Custom House in downtown Boston. Being up here gave me a great new perspective on this city. Standing up there, you can finally experience the relationship between most of Boston’s major landmarks, all at … Read More