This year’s new Serpentine Pavilion (2018) comes from Mexican Architect Frido Escobedo. Come and see how a pavilion made out of roof tiles looks like!Read More
Every year, a beautiful new story emerges in London's Hyde Park next to the Serpentine Galleries. Each year, a temporary pavilion is thought-out, designed, built and displayed by a famous international architect. Come and discover this year's design!Read More
Want to see what Valencia has to offer but you are on a tight budget? Worry not, I also visited this city on a similar budget and have seen some amazing places for FREE. Come and have a look at what you can discover for free on your trip!Read More
A couple of weeks ago, I discovered a new exhibition about a huge new development that will happen in North Greenwich Peninsula. The mastermind behind it? None other than famous (st)architect Santiago Calatrava!! Come and have a look.Read More
As the New Year obviously started (and last year was all about work, work, work), I felt entitled to go on a quick get-away with my husband as to start off this year in a positive way. We just woke up one morning and decided: "Let's go to Amsterdam"! A 2 days new adventure, discovering a new city. So come and see the best spots!Read More
So many design events have come and gone by so quickly that I found myself today thinking back to summer and its warm & sunny days. Thus I remembered I owed you the last part of my photo journal trip to Alhambra. I was so excited to visit this amazing, stunning architectural place called the Nazaries Palace. Well no more wondering, it's here and it's gonna kick some serious butt (especially if you are into this type of architecture).Read More
A couple of weeks ago, I promised you I'd comeback with another photo journal, this time of the impressive Alhambra in Granada, Spain. Well it's here and it's amazing!! I wanted to share with you guys my experience of this place. I knew nothing of it or what wanders it holds, except for a few famous key locations that everybody knows from our little friend - Google (but honestly, I had no idea they were here).
Although not a very big fan of Arabic architecture, couldn't help but to be impressed. And here are the reasons why!Read More