On my last days in London, I brought my old violin case to Oxfam because I did not know what to do with it. The guy on the till was surprised to see it and asked, “Is that a violin?” Me: “No, it’s just the case. It’s empty inside. I bought a new one and I don’t… Read More Violin.
Going back to Jakarta from London has been tough, as I never liked this city in the first place. On my seventh year living in this capital, there is still no slight of fondness to it. Here, I am telling you why: I came from Bandung. Bandung, the capital of West Java region, is now… Read More Bandung.
On the very last day of my internship back in 2007, I was told by the head of the company, “You will never be a designer. Look at your drawings; I’m pretty sure that you will never be a designer.” My parents always said that I was an obstinate kid. Even if someone says no,… Read More Work.
If 2015 was a year of bliss for me, I must say that things got reversed by the end of this year. It doesn’t mean that 2016 was a terrible year, but too many things came and gone so fast. It was like a dream, and now it’s time for me to wake up. I started the year… Read More 2016.
I remember writing about London last year, on my first two weeks living there. Now that I have passed two weeks back in my home town, I would like to express my feeling upon my returning. I think it’s going to be a long writing. Honestly, I suspended my return because I was afraid. I was anxious about… Read More Reverse.
When we think of France, Paris and its Eiffel Tower comes to mind faster than everything else. Not to mention that every other cities in France have their own unique attractions, Marseille is a tot… Source: Marseille – Parc National des Calanques
Have you ever stared at the night sky and wonder why it looks so bright, while we are struggling to see our surroundings due to the limited amount of street lights? I have. That was the reason why I jumped into this profession; lighting designer. Source: Lighting Master Plan: An Investment for Cities