Author: Lalipa Nilubol

My New Vegetable Discovery

True escapism, it seems, not quite up to fairytale standards, but close! A Bangkokian traveller’s discovery of Mae Tui Pochana, or Mae Tui Restaurant (Khao Yoi, Petchaburi Province) marks the height of the unusual. We made a turn into a parking space right in front of a stilted home built over a pond ― literally, an ‘open home’ with no […]

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The Earth Deity of Wat Luang Suntraraam (Ang Thong).

The Poetry of Emptiness

‘The deception was all too easily induced by a superficial external similarity — the extreme transparency, flexibility and lightness sought by modern Western architecture and already mastered in the traditional phase of Japanese architecture. …One concludes rather from their best architecture that space as an entity does not exist at all. The Japanese sense of space is ma, best described […]

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