WATER ON EARTH

Even when our favorite internet research engine shows us that our planet is disturbingly changing, there are people who deny it. go figure! The picture above is beautiful and alarming at the same time. Lakes are dissapearing. We the human race have had a drastic impact on our planet but we fail to recognise that…

PAUL NASH

So a new era awaits us. I can smell and feel the wind changing. It is as frightening as it is exciting. And while I was musing on the end of the XX century I stumbled upon the work of Paul Nash. I am a rather optimistic person but I can see a certain resemblance…

Beatriz Colomina

From the series “Women in Architecture” I would like to talk to you about Beatriz Colomina, a spanish architect and historian. She is considered one the most influencial architectural theoretician of all times. A long time editor of various architectural reviews she has contributed and shaped the narrative of our practice. here a link to a wonderful…

Recycling — Open Access Journal

Found this amazing source of free information on recycling: Recycling – Open Access Journal “Recycling (ISSN 2313-4321) is an international open access journal on the recycling and reuse of material resources, including circular economy. Recycling will be published online quarterly by MDPI. Open Access – free for readers, free for authors for papers submitted in…

Maya Lin

For my second post on the series of women in architecture I want to share with you the work of Maya Lin. She is a chinese-american artist/architect. Her first mayor work, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, was the first example I had of a woman winning a big and prominent competition. I looked up to her…