Experimenting with the daylight and the city scape till volume 16, i thought to document the evening scape and night scene of some most spectacular architectural masterpeice of kathmandu valley. I have started with Rana palaces and monuments to study some of the elements of neo classical design that i used to study at my architecture lecture class. In this blog post i have focused more on interior and exterior lightings, the essence of such lightings in architecture, about how it connects the reconnects the sense of place and feeling between the human being and Architecture structure. Here are some of the images of Garden of dreams located at the city of kathmandu. Technically i failed to capture the pure lights, sites and surrounding due to the lens failure. Sorry for this 🙂 To have more information on this project you can google on it. After that i will be travelling to Babermahal revisited, Kathmandu one of the another finest example of restoration project by Architect Eric theopile. Stay connected and see you soon.
Shirshak Baniya is a architecture enthusiast. He did his undergraduate in architecture from Nepal in 2017 AD with his final architecture design thesis title on Life school centre. His graduation thesis was essentially based on issue of rural empowerment and foreign employment. Shirshak believes on the high performance level of natural building material like earth and bamboo. Currently he is working as a Project Manager from Abari for the construction of early childhood village at Surkhet, Nepal. He previously worked for Needle Weave Architects (2014) and A for Architecture, AFA (2016) as a trainee architect assisting most of the work on rural reconstruction design prototype and architecture visualization. Since 2012 when he joined Artudio “centre for visual art” he has been documenting rural settlement, vernacular architecture, contemporary building through blogs and social media. Also he has digitalized numerous architecture exhibition, architecture thesis shows and BFA graduation shows through online image album and visuals. Shirshak likes to pursue his career in rural development and cost effective architecture in near future. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Shirshak.wordpress Twitter: https://twitter.com/shirshakbaniya 500 px: https://500px.com/shirshakbaniyaphotographs Natgeo: http://yourshot.nationalgeographic.com/profile/585735/ Email: email@example.com