Sorry for the inconsistency in blogging. As of late I've been spending my weekends at the beach, surfing and enjoying the good weather that Sydney has recently decided to grace us with. As a result it means taking a lack of photos and outfit shoots.
I wanted to do one today, but a trip to the hair dresser yesterday ended in tears and tantrums, which means I don't think I'll be doing an outfit post until my hair grows out and I'm happy enough with how it looks.
I decided to share with you a few of my projects for uni. I haven't really posted much on my architecture lately and to do my passion for architecture justice, some dedicated posts to architecture would have been necessary sooner or later.
This definitely is not my finest piece of work. It literally took an hour or so (which in architecture terms is a rushed piece of work). But the interior scheme was just so intricate it was just so much fun to do. This building was designed by architect Mies Van der Rohe. It was actually never built, but the proposed materials used for this piece of work were brick masonry and glass. The aim of the project was to experiment with material representation.
Hope you guys like it.
I hope to post some fashion related stuff soon!
Thanks to all who stuck it out with my blog!
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