“catching. she’d like that. catching happiness.”—julia quinn (she smiled. she couldn’t help it. she looked up at him, because she couldn’t quite help that, either, and he looked down, his curious eyes.)
what would you do, when you realized someone is about to lose her/his home?
a place, that perhaps, isn’t the best of its quality
but provides shelter and gives them hope
in 4 months, a damp will be created to prevent against flood problems. translated and quoted from the community leader, “it’s for the citizens” who are the citizens? foreigners? this damp will take over the houses of many. where would they go?
i see those tears in her eyes when she talked about the evacuation letter this day i will never forget
i asked her where will she go, she did not know. in these four months, thinking where do they go next?
lecture from S+PBA, March 16th, 2011: “make less into more” take water not as a problem but as a concept
this seriously isn’t the best solution right? this is going against nature, tackling water as a problem, not as a concept to a solution.
this is why architects are here. to design piers and homes, facing along with nature & for people.
(me holding chocolate pearl drink from the daughter of an old lady i interviewed, my wallet, and cisv notebook) my site exploration today was much more than i expected. i needed this time alone to open my eyes. i am truly thankful for the moment @ Tha Tien.
answering my question, i didn’t know what to do. but i bought the drink above from them in exchange with a 100 baht note. i don’t know if it’s the right decision, but i was glad i did. i hope they turned it to good use.
although i didn’t get much today for my project, but what i got was a moral of life.
“Do you believe in hallucinations, silly dreams or imaginations
Don’t go away, cause I feel you this time
Don’t go away, cause I need you there this time”—Hallucinations by Angels & Airwaves (via thanadul)