Posted on December 1, 2012
Architecture like many other forms of visual arts always refers to a moment of stillness. That moment is usually a moment of accomplishment…the last brush stroke, the last sanding move or the last brick placed. As you might have read in my last post, the “molecule” of architecture gets developed over time and starts to form a fusion of physical and emotional characteristics…at least that’s what I think. However, there are times when that equation doesn’t always yield itself true. Exceptional times.
Let’s take this building as an example: