"The building - the void: an interesting city interplay"
CARVE Verb: (often to be carved) cut (a hard material) in order to produce and aesthetically pleasant object or design. Carve out: take something from a large whole, esp. with difficulty. Establish or create something through painstaking effort.
MONOLITH Noun: French monolithe. Greek monos (single) + lithos (stone).
1. A large single upright block of stone, esp. one shaped into or serving as pillar or monument.
- A very large characterless building: the 72 story monolithic building overlooking the waterfront
- A very large block of concrete sunk in water, e.g. in the building of a dock.
2. a large and impersonal political, corporate or social structure regarded as intractibly, indivisible and uniform.
From top to bottom:
- Delft Square, NL
- Federation Square, Melbourne
- The Botanical Gardens, Melbourne
- Hoi An Market, Vietnam
- Lugano, Ticino
- Cycling path along the Yarra River - Melbourne inner-city.
- Melbourne CBD seen from Studley Park - Melbourne inner-city (suburbs are further out!)
|Carving sculptures - inspired in Alexander Calder. GAM 1995|
|Carving a bird-eye view of Sydney. GAM 2007|
|Carving a view framed by Sydney harbor, trees, bridge and SOH. GAM 2007|
|Carving a vaulted double-hight ceiling dining room. Views to middle patio on the right and back garden on the left. GAM 1993|
|Carving a tunnel under a park: Sydney The Rocks. GAM 2007/2008|
|Carving Edward Hopper's classic corner. GAM 1992.|
|Re-carving a baroque façade. GAM 1995.|
|Carving a retreat centre. GAM 1993|
|Carving a fijian buré GAM 2009|
|Carving a Piano staircase. GAM 2006|
|Carving a tower for Guadalajara. GAM 1994|
|Carving LeCorbusier's modulor on a Harley-Davidson GAM 1992|
|Carving inspiration. GAM 1998|