Time to travel, travel local.
The more I read about organic architecture and its architects, and draw comparisons amongst my favorite designers, the more I decide its time to tour the United States and greater North America in search of architectural design that speaks to the human level.
We spend the majority of our lives within a structure; and to most people, this structure is strictly functional. But there are buildings and complexes designed with a concept in mind, intended to instill emotion through experience. These designs exist everywhere, accessible to everyone; its all about one's willingness to observe and experience. Organic architecture provides an obvious, colorful, sensory experience with one's natural and built environment.
1) to go on a trip or journey; to go to a place and especially one that is far away
2) to go through or over (a place) during a trip or journey
3) to move from one place to another
[ORIGIN: Middle English travailen, travelen to torment, labor, strive, journey; from Anglo-French travailler; first know use in 14th century]
Photograph: Frank Lloyd Wright, Falling Water, 1964 in Stewart Township, Pennsylvania.
This is my timeline of thought; a compilation of reminders, questions, inspiration and current events all which affect my creative energy. This blog intends to help strengthen my creative process and reassure my artistic self of a consistency in thought and familiar topics. [Definitions from Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary]