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Portugal is a place that my family and I have visited several times over the years. There's just something about the warm culture, delicious food, and the mixture of European and North African architecture...

It was first light when the bus trundled out of the station and I was sulking big time.  We were leaving New York and after five days...

I remember learning about public space and the importance of the street environment during my early years as an architectural student. I found it difficult to understand...

I have lived in Johannesburg my entire life. My parents have always made an effort to drive and walk my sister and I through the city centre, showing...

The Mae Hong Son loop, starts and finishes in Chiang Mai. Winding through the highlands of Northern Thailand, under Burmese teak forests and through countless valleys, the...

Excerpts from my diary as I ventured into Swiss and German terrain in search of the work of the master, Peter Zumthor. 22:04 "We were planning on visiting K...

A giant neon cow is suspended above a steakhouse in Hong Kong’s Kowloon District. This was the neighborhood landmark, where, if you were giving directions, you told...

In this edition of ImWalkingHere We journey through various layers in the urban fabric of central Bangkok. Top Layer Apartment towers sail up and past the elevated rail and...

This month, we journey through Le Corbusier's famous Capitol complex in Chandigarh. Let's not waste time with long-winded introductions... walk with me. My initial introduction to Chandigarh was...

Sacred architecture is often perceived and understood through its physical ensembles, adornments and spatial interpretations of ritual. Established through history and culture, the formations of Islamic architecture...