Architecture from around the World
Photo Essay - Spectacular shots of Petronas Towers after a heavy downpour

Photo Essay – Spectacular shots of Petronas Towers after a heavy downpour

How often do you see photos of the Petronas Twin Towers on the web these days? Too often I would assume. These shots I've taken actually made me think. Had the architect ever crafted this building tailored to Malaysia's intense weather?
How much does your building weigh? Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur

How much does your building weigh? Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur

The first time I saw the photos of Mehrangarh Fort, my mouth just said - WOW! Yup, I thought the photos were too incredible to believe that I actually spit the word out instead of letting my mind say it.
Inside Istanbul's Blue Mosque - where artificial light and architecture converges

Inside Istanbul’s Blue Mosque – where artificial light and architecture converges

my visit to the famous Sultan Ahmet Mosque in Istanbul has opened up my eyes to a different kind of light - artificial ones. It is very rare for me to even recognise the beautiful use of artificial lighting in any old landmark buildings.
My Favourite Architecture - the Apollo Temple

My Favourite Architecture – the Apollo Temple

Not far from Sel├žuk is Didim. Today Didim is a seaside town popular with Ankara Turks and Northern English Brits but two and a half thousand years it was the site of an ambitious building project that so very nearly edged the Temple of Artemis off its spot on the famous wonder list.
Hagia Sophia - you're my kind of thing

Hagia Sophia – you’re my kind of thing

What makes Hagia Sophia great? There's many - from the scale of the building to the designing of its interior. Everything that evokes a sense of tranquility and spirituality.
My Favourite Architecture - the St Pancras Station

My Favourite Architecture – the St Pancras Station

Railway stations aren't usually top of anyone's favourite building lists, but with red-brick archways, sky-blue iron girders and soaring ceilings, London's Victorian St Pancras isn't your usual station
All that matters is that one place

All that matters is that one place

To set foot in Japan was like an old, long overdue dream or yearn realized for me. The things I've been hearing about its uniqueness, individuality and one-of-a-kind culture and people that are unlike anything in this world.
Top 5 Cities I've Visited for Modern and Contemporary Architecture

Top 5 Cities I’ve Visited for Modern and Contemporary Architecture

A lot of people asked me of the cities I've visited, which one do I like the most for its architecture. This is my attempt to list down the Top 5 cities