_to later

April 6, 2015

_”we say we need this but we have forgotten we had it… ” [yes, Rem again]

October 15, 2014

_#warmembrace [huggING]

October 1, 2014


working with Andrea Swartz & Jennifer Smith





_Empire State of Mind & South American Architecture

October 1, 2014

in process of editing [coming soon]

CAP AmericanoSur 2015


_creation is a patient search [corbu dixit]

September 9, 2014


design + making based on thoughts

Lisbon, Portugal _CAP Americano Sur 2014


Interesting clip for the studio discussion today 1-5 room 021




_at Rem’s city

June 30, 2014






De Rotterdam.





_at the printroom [book presentation].

_while in [AmericanoSur2014]

June 21, 2014

_Visiting Alvaro & Rem [say no more]

June 6, 2014

image   The architectural plans for the Serralves Museum were first drawn up in 1991 by the architect Álvaro Siza. The new building was finally inaugurated in 1999, harmoniously integrated within the surrounding urban area and the pre-existing spaces of the gardens of the Park and Villa. Visitors to the Serralves Museum also discover the particularities of the different spaces within this architectural work, that has a strong organizational structure and great flexibility and transformational capacity, enabling it to respond to the diversity and unpredictability of the contemporary art works to be displayed.   _while on the CAP Americano Sur 2014, two students exploring sound+music in their visit to the Casa da Musica in Porto, Portugal. [Casa da Musica, Rem Koolhaas OMA/2005]

_Belem, Lisboa, Portugal

June 3, 2014


photo by Ana de Brea.




Photos courtesy by Eric Lawler.



Charles Correa Associates designed this research and diagnostic center located in Lisbon. It is a state-of-the-art facility guided by some of the best scientist in the world. Correa says, “What makes me most proud about this project is that it is NOT a Museum of Modern Art. On the contrary, it uses the highest levels of contemporary science and medicine to help people grappling with real problems; cancer, brain damage and going blind. And to house these cutting-edge activities, we tried to create a piece of architecture. Architecture as Sculpture. Architecture as Beauty. Beauty as therapy.”


_indolent [1] . fashioning [plastic] into.

April 23, 2014

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photo 1indolent / de-stress [1]

in progress.

plastic + string | by hand