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White card, CSCS card

Today I have the pleasure to sit in the whole day for my white card. It has not started and I’m already bored and annoyed. White card I need so that i’m allowed to wander around on site, to annoy … Continue reading

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23/08/2011- secret garden

So after my 24h travel time to Europe. I’m sitting here in this years serpentine pavilion from Peter Zumthor, alone with the security guy on the other side, which is propably because it is 8:00 am on a tuesday morning … Continue reading

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Fieldtrip

Afters yesterday’s deadline and two more weeks to go. The project team and I took a short, cold and wet trip down to site. To see a couple of things and get motivated for the light at the end of … Continue reading

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Australian Square – part 2

Plaza Building – Level 10, JPW Below some pictures to give everybody an idea about the place I’m working now. Nothing special, just another architectural office, with some typical and nice features. 1. Lift level 10, Entrance and Reception area … Continue reading

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An Edwardian Summer

Today I thought , I can have a break from the beach and learn something more about the place I’m staying at the moment -Sydney. At it seems the best place to do that is the Museum of Sydney. Designed … Continue reading

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Iron Market – Haiti,Port-au-Prince

Just a short note on this one. When there was the first anniversary of the devastating earthquake in Haiti on the 11th January 2011 the Iron Market got re-open with a big celebration. Why I mention that? ┬áThere are a … Continue reading

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Australia Square

If you are here in Sydney it is difficult to ignore the heritage of Harry Seidler and the more you explore the city the more you getting an eye for his architecture and he built quite a lot here Not … Continue reading

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