The natural order of things is convincing, the intervention of the human species does not always provide us with a logical out
Restraint appears to be one's good virtue, but the little stinker named greediness blazes the trail.
There might be no other reason than the silent hope for a brighter future to continue life even in the darkest times.
Floating with the others
One might come to the assumption that there is nothing more important in life than differentiate from the others, but ...
There might come a point in life where there is simply nothing left to say ...
The other side
There are places which polarize with their catchy look and static design .
We are surrounded by endless opportunities offering an unsure outcome.
Settling promotes a feeling of security - we annex and decorate a place to find shelter, to make us feel comfortable and ...
The modern human's affection of contemporary life.
Big city life
This contemporary catalyst for seeming progress grows endlessly within an endless space.
When there is no escape.
Bauhaus: When geometry meets obsession.
Even the best attempt to block can end with a glimpse of what is kept.
We love to adapt known processes, forms and designs to unconventional new work.
Minutes of sereneness.
There are always those aiming high.
When brutalism dates a hive.
The antithesis to the happy and shiny architectural ideas tears apart, stands brave, strong and proud.
Landmarks of steel
Wherever we are, we leave traces behind us and the cities we live in are always a contemporary witness of ourselves.
See you soon
"Everything has one end only the sausage has two" - a wisdom stated by one very well known German songs. And so there it is -
Two brutal brothers in Tel Aviv
Once upon a time, there was a little building standing in a street. It was neither fancy nor did it gain utmost attention beca
The beauty of little things
In recent times, we are buying new things faster and are kindly encouraged to speed up with our shopping. By values,
In the last decades, the skyline of central Tel Aviv grew up high and higher, leaving all of the small and antiquate