Man oh man this gets me pumped haha, so check this out.
It starts thundering, like fully boom bang buushhhh.
I see some lighting and have the urge to get closer (I am smart).
Find the highest point near me to snap some storm photos and videos hahaha.
While standing on that pole lighting strikes so darn close I almost jumped out my socks.
There was so much light, that I couldnt anything.
What a flippen rush hahaha.
Would you instameet in a storm ?? No flash required haha.
Freaking love being near energy.
I have this obsession with being on the highest point, wish I knew why haha.
Keep chasing wear sunblock and #spotyourpineapple
One of those spots where you really just have to sit and smell the roses 🌷
Honestly this was the first time I truly sat at a location and just took some time to appreciate where I was currently sitting. I highly recommend doing this to any traveler out there, its a life changing experience!
Yesterday I had the most unreal experience. I was on my way to go shoot an event.
For a new brand launching.
Was so stoked, cause I was sent not just as media this time but as a guest.
At 8:50am I wrote my car off.
If you follow my stories you would have seen.
Though, this has left me in an interesting space. The brand is all about breaking free.
After shooting I got to make my own content. This got me thinking.
The reason I started this journey was to show the world, they can break free. Despite crashing, being in a lot of pain, sad the sun wasn't present, in long pants, and other stresses. My spirit felt free, in control and in full appreciation.
This moment, these moments, are what keeps a person fulled for that dream !! Keep chasing wear sunblock and #spotyourpineapple#HGCLaunch , #HansaGoldenCrisp , #FreedomIsGolden#BreakFree
After many years of living abroad, J & T decided to return to Kuching, Sarawak to reconnect with family and kick-start their dream of forming an architectural practice together. In their mid-30s, J is originally from Hong Kong but spent many years in Australia, and T was born and bred in Kuching. For many years they worked as architects in Melbourne, Australia where they experienced inner city living and enjoyed the arts and cultural events the city had to offer.
When the opportunity presented itself, J & T decided to convert one half of an existing apartment in a condominium centrally located in Kuching into a 3 bedroom apartment with ample views of the city and beyond. The apartment was once the formal living and dining area for T’s grandparents, with a foyer that led to the formal rooms. The challenge therefore, was to carve out new living and dining spaces that felt open and bright, and to add 3 new bedrooms each with adjoining bathrooms. The brief had to work within the existing structural and mechanical service boundaries of the building floor plate.
Drawing inspiration from their travels to the Nordic countries and their love for vintage sensibilities, J & T were drawn to a palette consisting of natural, raw textures. They utilised locally sourced materials as much as possible, such as Lala plywood, Selangan Batu timber, honed-finished granite and travertine stone. They restricted the use of decorative finishes in order to enhance their collection of eclectic artwork and knick-knacks that they had accumulated over the years through their travels.
Article taken from Home Concepts magazine 2015.
Photo taken by @shensnapsportraits .
I fell in love with these brass traditional locks as soon as I set foot in Bali, many years ago.
Wherever possible I still try to incorporate them in my designs.
Balancing old and new, they add just the perfect touch that makes a house interesting. ✨😊