A glance over the shoulder a whisper in the mist, an echo through the trees. Spirit travelers, shamans and tricksters. As surely as his paddle slices the surface, he knows he is not alone. Poem by Wintercove Paddler in the early morning mist.
The office in architect Agustín Hernandez’ house, a scantilevered concrete tower high above Bosques de las Lomas. Hernandez was among the first to introduce pre-Hispanic motifs into Mexican modernism. Photo by Livia Corona. Via Una Vida Moderna
Frank Lloyd Wright 1935 Falling Water, multi element Architecture Over 500 of his designs were created; designed structures that were in harmony with humanity and its environment, a concept he called organic architecture