A liminal space is the time between the ‘what was’ and the ‘next.’ It is a place of transition, waiting, and not knowing. Liminal space is where all transformation takes place, if we learn to wait and let it form us. The series focuses on exploring the idea of the ‘liminality’ that marks the movement […]
Vietnam, officially known as the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, has approximately 89,708,900 inhabitants. If well the Vietnamese population is largely composed of young (in 1989 39% of Vietnamese were under 15 years old) is a culturally unified nation, characterized by deep roots that go bump in the inheritance Sinica.
I travelled to Vietnam recently thinking I was just going to photograph casually while backpacking, but instead I was magnetised by Vietnam’s cities and majestic world heritage sites, and the people (the women in particular) that call them home. Hanoi is where we begin. It is feverish; it is teeming, and it is New Year’s […]
“When the rain disappear” gives name to this serie, a journey that has developed not only my inspiration as fashion photographer if not as well the personal growth. Escaping from the overcrowded of London, I capture with my camera a world of contrast where tradition and evolution stay at the same time. From the tribes […]
Edited by: Eugenia Gotti – email@example.com – Architecture: Stacking Green Architects: Vo Trong Nghia, Daisuke Sanuki, Shunri Nishizawa (Vo Trong Nghia Co., ltd.) Where: Saigon, Vietnam Photo by: Hiroyuki Oki Translation assistant: Bianca Baroni //COMPETITION Over 70,000 people voted for ArchDaily, one of the most followed architectural magazine, that presents the winners of the ArchDaily Building of the Year Awards.