A few weeks ago, my friends and sneaked into the secret hidden garden at the old Reading Terminal Viaduct. I have always known about the reading terminal viaduct because it was the site for my first project at Penn. I know I told my friends not to give the location away, since technically this place is not opened to the public (it's actually not legal per se :P), so I will not be sharing how we got in the place on this blog ( just msg me ;) or as me in person ) I feel the need to post more often, since it might be my last few months in Philly. Anyway here are a few images that illustrate what's to see in Philly's hidden Garden~ Starting this at blog 3 A.M wasn't really a good idea..Read More
It's been a while since I've posted something new, and really tired of job apps so I've decided to dedicate this midnight to writing this blog post on my last spring break in Philly. Inspired by adrian's recent posts, I've decided to keep this post relatively short and simple. I will finish my eurotrip blog after I find a job T_T......Hire me.Read More
This past week our studio took a one week trip to Cartagena Colombia! Our studio trip was tightly packed, so most of the images I took were in between meetings and meals. It was nice having a break from life in the states, but not much of a break from studio work during the trip. We actually got to meet the mayor there, and lots of other influential people in Cartagena!Read More
So this is the post where I post a lot of pictures of places I've visited in London. I wanted to keep the picture count low for this post, but I realized that it is really impossible for me to make this a short post, since I've been living in London for around 4 months and been to a ton of places I want to share. All these places are organized in chronological order and no other specific ordering strategy! I will continue on my long a do eurotrip posts after this blog! First I'll just show a map of the places I've been in London! These places include architecture and restaurants that I visited and some places I wanted to visit but didn't have time!
I was tempted to split this post into many parts, but in the end I just went with this really long post!
Here is the tldr photo album link of some of the places I visited in London
Also visit this page if anyone's interested in the Penndesign London AA Visiting Program!Read More
Since schools in London have shorter semesters, the UPenn London AA starts a bit later than the normal 700 studios in Penn. (Approximately 10/1, but our own studios with Homa starts 9/17 with a short intro to the AA on 9/15). Living is also not accommodated by the school, so we had to look for short term leases on our own. ( Housing costs range from 150 pounds[275 USD] a week to 400 pounds[600 USD] a week, depending on location and size). In general most of us took 2 other electives along with our required studio course. Most of us also traveled a lot during the weekends because of the close proximity to amazing countries!Read More
This summer I decided to take a summer program in Paris, and also travel around Eastern Europe after the program ended. I saw this as a chance to broaden my horizon, since I've mainly only been to countries in Asia, and also the US...Read More