I don't have the background or the vernacular to speak at length about architecture like someone who has actually studied it (aside from one brilliant course I'm in at the moment, I really have no foundation). I also have no design skills so have no actual pull to architecture as a "calling." Yet I can't help what I am drawn to, and at the moment, it is a team of architects working, building, designing, and revolutionizing (Hokeywood), who have been for quite a while and are certainly not unknowns in the world of architecture. I would like to, if I could, call their work cold and isolating, a view of the modern at the sake of human who inhabits the modern. But I'm not rigid. I'm always changing my view points, with each new piece I see.
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Strata Tower (Abu Dhabi)
"Multi-Storey", Amman, Jordan
Shopping mall parking lot, Dubai
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Fort Smith, Arkansas, c. 1880, recreated for the Coen brothers’ adaptation of True Grit
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