Tag: Portugal

  • Urbanism*Design | Two fantastic LED interventions

    If you’ve been following this blog, you would know that in keeping with my interest in place making and destination branding,  I am a keen follower of art / design based interventions in public spaces that foster new interest in, and therefore engagement with the space – you’d remember I highlighted this in Candy Chang’s […]

  • PhotoStories | Hints

    Why do we travel? Pico Iyer, in his famous essay of the same title, says, “…the first great joy of traveling is simply the luxury of leaving all my beliefs and certainties at home, and seeing everything I thought I knew in a different light, and from a crooked angle”. Close to my heart, this […]

  • PhotoStories | The Portugal Stories: A Slow Train to Lagos

    Three days back I woke up at 3AM. Eight hours and a delayed flight later, we finally boarded a slow train in Faro – at first glance, a grungy grey metal entrapment – as surprisingly clean inside as it was grey and grimy on the outside. Yet, I was excited because I love trains and […]