Inspired by Le Corbusier

One Saturday morning, I found myself in The Living Room of the Pan Pacific Serviced Suites, a serviced apartment in Singapore that I was reviewing for a night. The Living Room on the mezzanine floor is their library cum lounge area, complete with Macbooks, paperbacks, plush sofas, soft carpets, an Xbox corner and plenty ofContinue reading “Inspired by Le Corbusier”

The European dream

Aunts Christine and Becky in London c.1960 Many have heard of the American Dream, but few have heard of the European Dream. The American Dream for many is the pursuit of freedom and happiness in a land rich in opportunity and resources to achieve a better, richer and fuller life. The European Dream, however, mayContinue reading “The European dream”

Space and sound

Here is a picture of my current desktop. It is the JS Bach/Zaha Hadid fusion of classical music and contemporary architecture, a performance at last year’s Manchester International Festival. I knew about this event while I was interning at MUSO classical music magazine. Buildings, space, architecture and design have always been a life-long passion ofContinue reading “Space and sound”