Mies van der Rohe, absolutely one of my favorite protagonist of the modernist architectural movement. i felt almost like being in a dream, i finally got to investigate the materials & objects of construction. the much talked about pavilion from the 1929 international exposition.
plausibly one of the most important icons of the modern architectural movement. whilst in the light of contextual qualities, curious notions such as proportion, scale, spatial reading & formal abstraction came to attention. the answers to my investigations were methodologically revealed, as here i am, exposed to the intangible physicality and phenomenal specificity of the modern complexity of architecture.
my travels has led me on a grand tour of urban rooms, where incongruities of geopolitics have matured into unique built environments. & for all this, i am eternally grateful to my parents, for without them, i would never have the opportunity to witness & mature.