It started out with a dumpster.
And grew into the baby casa Kasita.
For the nomadic someone who, like me, enjoys minimalist urban home-making but is rarely even more than 50% sure as to which city they will be living in for the next 5 years…
Hoping this project turns out well for the urban aware everywhere.
PS I don’t own that photo, Kasita does.
This morning I’m writing from Singapore, but this video of the relationship with the ladies of Hong Kong and their mode of dress was so cute, honest, and well done that I must share it.
One of the most iconic hotels in the world, and home of the Long Bar and the original Singapore Sling. The Hotel first opened in 1899. Timeless.
One of the tallest structures along Orchard Road. A symbol of power…and prestige perhaps.
A pretty nice balance of greenery and interesting architecture…
Cross between surfing, snowboarding and skateboarding. With houses in San Diego, the Gold Coast, Singapore, and elsewhere in the world…Catch a wave and check it out!
An interestingly beautiful structure is it not?
It is not uncommon to see such supercars roaming the streets of Singapore.
Taking Miss Sara of California around Singapore for her first time during her layover before another flight.
This chicken rice shop used to be a small ‘hole in the wall’ 2 years before this photo was taken. Now the shop has expanded into the store next door.
For many, it may seem a bit strange that a country in Asia would have a Chinatown, particularly a country in Asia that has a significantly Chinese population. Notice the contrast between the colonial shop-houses lining the street and the skyscrapers from Singapore’s CBD in the background. A city of contrasts and differences, as all worldly cities are. Such cities bring together and unite differences.