Category Archives: Architecture

Flesh and Bricks

This is a series of collages I developed as part of a self-published zine. It expresses my continuous fascination with phenomenoloy in architecture- the abstraction of our senses and their relation to physical and metaphysical space. The text that accompanied the images

Flesh and Bricks

This is a series of collages I developed as part of a self-published zine. It expresses my continuous fascination with phenomenoloy in architecture- the abstraction of our senses and their relation to physical and metaphysical space. The text that accompanied the images

MCA Zine Fair 2013

I have been completely busy for the last few months doing many side projects, including starting a small zine collective with a few friends, Zine Pool. As part of this project, I have been working on some small collages based

MCA Zine Fair 2013

I have been completely busy for the last few months doing many side projects, including starting a small zine collective with a few friends, Zine Pool. As part of this project, I have been working on some small collages based

In Melbourne: Architecture

Fun fact: I took over 500 photos of just buildings here in Melbourne. I looked very much the tourist photographing buildings that the locals probably didn’t find interesting at all. What engaged me to the architecture here were the little

In Melbourne: Architecture

Fun fact: I took over 500 photos of just buildings here in Melbourne. I looked very much the tourist photographing buildings that the locals probably didn’t find interesting at all. What engaged me to the architecture here were the little

It’s Looking Up!

I’ve always had a problem with the building-scape of Sydney CBD. There’s just a lack of unity and harmony between all the designs, with many of the more contemporary skyscrapers/taller buildings fighting for attention from one another (kind of seems

It’s Looking Up!

I’ve always had a problem with the building-scape of Sydney CBD. There’s just a lack of unity and harmony between all the designs, with many of the more contemporary skyscrapers/taller buildings fighting for attention from one another (kind of seems

Articulating Architecture

  The New Year generally leads to a bit of reflection on the past. For me, this reflection happens during my sudden compulsions to clean. As an architecture student, it’s not only my room that becomes a mess- the amount

Articulating Architecture

  The New Year generally leads to a bit of reflection on the past. For me, this reflection happens during my sudden compulsions to clean. As an architecture student, it’s not only my room that becomes a mess- the amount

Textures from Tibet

I recently found the pictures I took from my trip to the Tibetan regions in South West China. Nostalgia! How I have forgotten the sheer delight of colours painted across their little towns and local villages. Sydney suddenly seems relentlessly

Textures from Tibet

I recently found the pictures I took from my trip to the Tibetan regions in South West China. Nostalgia! How I have forgotten the sheer delight of colours painted across their little towns and local villages. Sydney suddenly seems relentlessly

Art & Architecture

I recently wrote an essay on the influence of artistic visions in architecture, with a focus on the Expressionist Movement. It’s a little full-on to read but I thought I’d share a bit of it because I think it’s quite

Art & Architecture

I recently wrote an essay on the influence of artistic visions in architecture, with a focus on the Expressionist Movement. It’s a little full-on to read but I thought I’d share a bit of it because I think it’s quite