Port of Spain is the capital city of Trinidad and Tobago and downtown district [for the purposes of this study] in bounded on the south by the Gulf of Paria, the north by Park Street, the East by Picadilly Street and west by Coleville Street.
The city is laid out… Continue reading
Local Designer, Randall Waddell of HomeWork Design Studio, transformed a cluttered cellular apartment into a contemporary interior with a spacious open feel. Randall commissioned LUMIS to photograph the transformation [the fotos of the original apartment are Randall’s]. LUMIS features this project because it shows the value of design and how… Continue reading
The Trinidad House is listed in the book, The Treasures Of Barbados by Henry Fraser, and is known for the richly decorated features reminiscent of colonial architecture of Trinidad and Tobago. The house was intact in 1990 when the book was published but was listed to be in need of… Continue reading
For this purpose Uptown is defined as the district of Port of Spain bounded on the north by the Queen’s Park Savannah, to the south by Tragarete Road and Park Street, on the West by Cipriani Boulevard and Colville Street and to the East by Charlotte Street.
The district of… Continue reading
The feature project is a vacation villa designed by acla:works located near the Crown Point Airport in Tobago. The project is quite photogenic and I always seem to get carried away for fear of the weather or some other unpredictable element. Thankfully the weather was good most of the… Continue reading
The Bauhaus Tour is available at the Bauhaus Center, 77 Dizengoff Street in Tel-Aviv – T:03-522-0249. The tour begins at the Bauhaus Center where there is a very nice gift shop with lots of books and gift items along with a comprehensive exhibition and film of Bauhaus buildings in the… Continue reading
Newtown is the smallest of the districts that make up the capital city of Port-of-Spain. It is bounded by Queen’s Park West and Cipriani Boulevard on the East, Tragarete Road on the South, Maraval Road on the West, and the Queen’s Park Savannah on the North. Inside these boundaries, there… Continue reading
I stayed at a hotel near to the Hilton hotel in Tel-Aviv and walked in the vicinity of the hotel where there is a wonderful park, with vistas over the Mediterranean. The hotel itself was not exactly the finest work of architecture but it was, in its repetitive elements, an… Continue reading
It took me a while to acclimatise to the 7,000 foot elevation at Santa Fe until someone suggested I go to an oxygen bar. In Santa Fe you can buy pure oxygen in cans to inhale when your energy levels drop.
The Santa Fe Workshops are held at the IHM… Continue reading