Hint: It’s not the dust bunny in the corner (just kidding, there will NEVER be a dust bunny in this kitchen). While the area that draws your attention is, in this case quite obvious, focal points are typically more subtle. Most spaces have one, although it is
I know some of you have been there, but I’m still betting no one will guess where I sketched this. C’mon, prove me wrong! It’s Disneyland!
From my last trip to Seattle. Love that town.
Ever wonder what the bones of a modern house look like? Now you know 🙂 See more of my work at Bjella Architecture.
Notice the sublime use of color. The exquisite attention to detail. The horizontal layering juxtaposed with vertical stacking. Not to mention the symbiotic prose creating a didactic metaphor expressing the joy and sorrow of life itself. They just don’t teach this stuff in
I can’t quite remember where I was when I sketched this. It’s on the tip of my tongue… Anyone?
This was our third year competing in the Cub Scout Pinewood Derby. Once again as expected, Team Bjella came in DEAD LAST. Apparently aerodynamics have some sort of effect on the outcome 😉 . Even finishing last, we WERE the winners (especially
So, what’s up with all these sketches? I was cleaning my office a few weeks back, a rather rare event, and my catatonic eyes fell upon the dusty shelves. There, among the binders and tech manuals, sat my sketchbooks, some new, some
What happens when you get a bunch of architects together for a camping weekend (you know who you are!) and then ask them to collaborate on the design of the perfect mountain home… This is their design sketch and my interpretation of