I lead a life that most would find uncomfortable. I have my work constantly criticized, I have an absurd amount of daily work, very little downtime, and what seems like no sleep beyond a few hours of restless tossing and turning most nights. But the funny thing is, I wouldn't have it any other way. I love my life as an architecture student
Book Pavilion’, entrance and Italian pavilion courtyard, Biennale, Venice, 1951-52 by Italian architect Carlo Scarpa. Scarpa (1906-1978) was a unique figure among second generation Modern architects - deeply embedded in the archaic and anachronistic culture of Venice, while also transforming the ancient city by weaving the most modern of spatial conceptions into its material fabric.