Yes, this trip was in February, but so much has happened since then! See you back on this side of the pond in July . . . I’d seen the sights, taken the requisite photos, lemminged up with the best of the tourist crowds . . . So this time around I just wanted to… Continue reading London, long overdue
[All images care of Ricardo Bofill, via Arch Daily and Twisted Sifter] These photos have been open in my browser for over a week now, lurking alongside my active tabs, on standby for a short notice pick-me-up. I’ll take a peek here and there — drooling over the vast vaulted ceilings and clean color palette,… Continue reading Taller de Arquitectura: The Studio
I’ve never stopped being a kid, so “indulging your inner child” or other gratuitous excuses for adults doing fun things seem totally silly to me. Admittedly I haven’t had a mashed potato-throwing fight in a long time, but that doesn’t mean I don’t do cartwheels down the sidewalk, make a beeline for the stacks of… Continue reading Play with your food!
It’s been so beautifully sunny and warm in SF recently that all my summertime fantasies have surfaced in full force, including the usually irrational urge to run around in short shorts, making up reasons to window shop through the Mission, and the constant desire to surround myself with greenery [of the nature or in-house variety].… Continue reading Teacup Succulents!
An installation at the Victoria and Albert Museum in the UK, by Bobby Peterson. I love how it entices people to experiment and play with each other — music is so primally compelling. The resulting knee-bobbing dances are also hilarious.