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September 20, 2017

Among the sensory-wonderland of the London Design Festival is the Landmark Project, a pavilion built by a highlighted artist each year. Featured this year, the Villa Walala playscape, designed by Camille Walala. Walala established her studio and brand in East London in...

August 8, 2017

Today, I still love reading architecture theory, and miss the guided discussions. In a sad attempt of keeping that going, I have an extensive book wishlist, and a very loose monthly deadline to finish reading and to discuss. Basically, I'm proposing that when you&#...

July 10, 2017

I won't lie, sandy beaches are not a number-one-destination in my book, but some of these culturally rich, and deeply intriguing places, are currently topping the charts. Besides, Bali has more than beaches-- oceans, rainforests, history, religion, food. I cannot w...

June 12, 2017

I came back from Spain, I have survived the jetlag, and am willing to wear the clothes I packed on the trip again (although still with a bit of hesitation). I had a most fabulous time with my sister trying with all our might to wear the soles off of our shoes and to fi...

June 4, 2017

This summer is off to a fabulous start with two back-to-back weekends away, both of which were in Sonoma. The darling city of Healdsburg is an absolute gem--

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Samantha is an avid traveler and architecture addict. TRAC, the Travel Record of Architecture and Culture, came about when planning the next great adventure and she wanted to find a resource with modern and historic architecture in one place, mapped out. By day, she's living the dream, working at an architecture firm in downtown San Francisco.  

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