“the center was abuzz with vibrant energy on a sunday afternoon – students lounged on bean bags or sat in chairs or leaned against glass or columns, in groups or alone, studying, relaxing, conversing. the noise and chatter of the cafe faded quickly as one went up a slope and around the corner to the library section (even though no walls! – justification for the dull gray likely-sound-isolating carpet).” – james leng

04/06/2012 § 1 Comment

photography: james leng
architecture: sanaa, rolex learning center (2010)

 

expanding from friday’s post – more reflections, more glass, more people.

 

architecture of events

a young hare

 

 

notes:

[title + images]     for more thoughts on and photography of the rolex learning center visit james leng’s flickr site.

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