This blog has been a long time in the making. I've been wanting to start for a long time, and now I've finally run out of excuses. This is it.
In January I started a new chapter in my life as a Masters of Architecture student and this blog is supposed to help me through it. It is my forum for inspiration, ideas and intermittent ramblings. Let's get into some of the background. The thesis, at my school, is a big deal and I have been hearing about it for a long time. I started at this particular school in 2002 as a undergraduate, and since then I have heard a lot about theses, seen the struggle of many upper-year students, and finally watched them leave the school and move on to bigger and brighter things in their lives. A stigmatized culmination of years worth of research, hopes, dreams and fears, the thesis is a rite of passage for everyone who sets foot in the school with the aspirations of becoming an architect.
One day I hope that this blog can be more about my trials and tribulations in the kitchen as a wanna-be (and gluten-free) chef, but for now it's all about making sense of food and architecture, and how together they are going to help me earn another degree!