Architect designed, the 1930s house stood steady on its Wealden sandstone hill, looking down on the village by the sea. Here the petrified forest has drawn pouting, pierrot faced singers, artists, designers, film-makers and theatrical types through the years; barring the intervening two decades, Gielgud would have bumped into Bowie here at Pett Level. ImagineContinue reading “By the Sea”
I recently took a two-week trip to Bologna. This was a much-needed sustained break after a couple of years of almost non-stop 7 days a week work. One of the down sides of being restless and creative is
I love London. It’s verticality is either a thing of beauty, or a curse. There are many views, some of which I visit in this photo essay.
The architecture and culture of Northern India is one of constant assimilation, adaptation, and syncretism or synergy. But architecture doesn’t live apart from a wider culture. Architecture, like art, philosophy or any study of the human condition is intimately connected with what’s going on around it. There are many reasons for the ‘Indian way ofContinue reading “Delhi and North India”
A time-lapse look at living in London, and how clean air is definitely a hot issue.