FT_Felemban_Lujain

FT_Felemban_Lujain

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ESM Theater -  The details and the repeating units that I saw in multiple designs - the flower, the robes. I like the feeling of a grand theater that forces a certain atmosphere to the space itself even before the music itself starts. I can only imagine that it compliments the classical performances usually set at the theater.

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Khans Work feels very basic yet completely functional. The feeling I got from the space was "unfinished yet complete". After learning more about his work, it all began at this church that focuses on the people and what's happening in the space rather than having the space polished and artistically covered to impose a certain feel to the space.

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