The Thai-language architecture magazine B1 included an article on my work in the April 2012 issue. The author, Puttichart Wanichtat, requested images and information from the Pavilion for Oblivion, Stormhouse, and Well of L projects, as part of (in his words) a “black box series” on experimental projects. » More
I prepared a large “composite” image — an amalgam of three distinct views — of the WoL project for yet another competition. The plan and perspective-northeast incorporated into this illustration are somewhat modified versions of earlier images; the smaller distant-perspective-west between them is a new creation, from a slightly different point of view than the first silhouette rendering in 2010. » More
I had occasion to produce an elaborated version of one of the perspective renderings from my WoL project: this differs from the earlier rendering in that I’ve managed to at least imply the appearance of the lashed fastening system for the central telemones, which strikes me as a significant detail neglected in the previous version of this image.
But the » More