I’m not that kind of person who likes to talk about architecture here on the blog, and I don’t speak of blog when I’m working in architecture either. I don’t know if I should mix more, or at least bring these two areas closer in my life, but the truth is I try to always leave them separately. Is not that I like one more than another, it’s because I really think, at least in my head, it makes more sense to leave it so. From times to times I published something about it, yesterday I published this picture on Instagram and a few days ago this one about my drawings, and I even received some e-mails asking me if sold my drawings. I was not expecting that, but I felt flattered, thank you!
This is all to introduce the first post that I will made today, where I will talk about one of my favorite architects ever, Bijoy Jain, who heads the Studio Mumbai, an architecture studio made of a panel of architects and Indian craftsmen, considered by the “Metropolis” magazine as one of the eight most influential contemporary architects worldwide. If you don’t know this studio please see all these pictures or even make a google to know their work. For me, the most fascinating is undoubtedly the way he can deconstruct barriers between the inside and outside, and how can create authentic temples of wood and stone. It’s like between man and the landscape there was nothing, not even the architecture where is the man looking at the landscape. It’s amazing!