Tag Archives: Structures

Sydney Murugan Temple

My weekend hosts took the trouble to show me a side of Sydney I probably would never see on my own.
Stepping in made me feel a sense of familiarity. Even the architecture looked familiar. Then I learned that it was probably the southern influence which we get back home as well, as opposed to northern style architecture.

http://prezi.com/5a42l-v_lysx/southern-vs-northern-hindu-temples/

http://www.sydneymurugan.org.au/murugan2/

St Mary’s Cathedral

There is something magical about the air inside a cathedral. Everyone becomes shadows of our physical selves, dwarfed by the beauty created by light, lines, shadows and structures.

Am feeling the desire to see the cathedrals of Europe grow stronger  after stepping into St Mary’s – Bucket List just got longer.

The Space of Carriageworks

Originally planned to visit this:

 

But while the exhibits were interesting, I was more captivated by the space and venue structures than the exhibits themselves.

Space implies possibilities. Anticipation of new things. Allowance for growth. Maybe that’s why space is always associated with creativity. We need it.

http://www.carriageworks.com.au/