Thursday, July 11, 2013
utilizing social spaces
Don't you think there are just too many repulsive buildings in Toronto? Was it necessary to build one eyesore glass condo after fucking condo? What purpose do you have fathoming a 50 floor piece of concrete? Am I done yet? No. Why is our transit lacking in superiority? I mean, why is our subway just, sub-par? Mediocre, dear friends. Can we Canadians stop dressing like slobs? I understand lounge wear is comfortable, but fuck, put some pants on. Put those Nike sneakers away. And lastly (not really), why can't I get good coffee after 7PM.
These are the questions permeating my brain after arriving from a well earned vacation in Europe. Where, I'm coming to the realization that Europeans do it better. I'm by all means no aficionado in architecture or engineering, but what's important to me is building something with a purpose. It needs to be functional, but considerate of the landscape. To create not for the sake of monetary intent, but to really build something royal, beautiful and breathtaking.
And so, as I sort through my photos for an obligatory photo diary, I'll conquer said questions and answer accordingly. But really, I'll just be complaining and looking into adopting European culture. Saude!