Posts from October 2015

Palais Bulles

October 8, 2015






Fittingly named Palais Bulles, or “Palace of Bubbles,” this residence represents the fundamental ideas of architect Antti Lovag, who views architecture as a “form of play- spontaneous, joyful, full of surprise.” Built in 1989, it rests on a rocky cliff overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.

“Whether for economic reasons or lack of technical solutions, human beings have confined themselves to cubes full of dead ends and angles that impede our movement and break our harmony.” This explains Lovag’s interest in the complexity of spherical and spheroidal rooms that constitute Palais Bulles. To Lovag, the straight line is “an aggression against nature,” human nature to be more specific.

This eccentric, space-age architecture has recently hosted Dior cruise show 2016, chosen by Raf Simon himself.

I hope I could visit the palace oneday and fulfil my fairytale dreams…

Images from Archdaily


October 5, 2015



I had a great opportunity to do some street photography with an amazing photographer I met a few weeks ago. Bugis is such a nice place to wander around, surrounded by vintage shops and colorful walls.

Little India

October 2, 2015







My first visit to Little India, spotted some nice colours while walking around.

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