Architecture is like baking a cake. There are lots of recipes – different types for every occasion. The ingredients are fairly similar within each typological grouping, some being cheaper and others more expensive. Ultimately it’s the exact combination, timing, care and attention to detail that governs how the cake will turn out. No single cake is to everyone’s taste. It’s the same with architecture – there is an interdependence that exists between each architectural element – landscape, structure, technology, materiality, volume, light, context, sustainability and event. How these are treated and unified throughout the whole process of design governs the outcome.
This is the space where you can find out about my architectural cake-baking exploits, completed during my degree in architecture.
Enjoy the projects: