Life in the Bay Area

Posted by on Sep 19, 2016 in architecture, culture, culture, education, travel | 2 Comments
Life in the Bay Area

Written by Adam Bugele A.B. – Sightseeing my first weekend in the Bay Area INTRODUCTION Within a matter of hours my life completely changed on January 3, 2014. Christmas break with my girlfriend (now wife) and family outside of St. Louis, Missouri was swapped that day for a plane ride to San Francisco, California, and a […]

Korea Travels: Part 2 – Welcome to My Second Home

Korea Travels: Part 2 – Welcome to My Second Home

Korea Travels: Part 2 – Welcome to My Second Home In addition to seeing two of my friends begin their new married lives, I was able to spend time with family, friends, and explore Korea. Welcome to My Second Home! Most cities in Korea are vertically developed cities due to the limitation of its size. Traveling from America, where there […]

Korea Travels: Part 1 – Weddings

Posted by on Aug 19, 2016 in culture, culture, super fun stuff, travel | One Comment
Korea Travels: Part 1 – Weddings

Korea Travels: Part 1 – Weddings Every trip to Korea has always been fun and exciting but this past trip was especially meaningful. I witnessed two of my dearest friends starting a new chapter of their lives with their lifelong partner. I would like to share some Korean wedding history and culture, along with two […]

How I saw Paris, and the theory of the derive

Posted by on Nov 24, 2015 in architecture, art, super fun stuff, travel, uncategorized | No Comments
How I saw Paris, and the theory of the derive

Essay by Rebecca Karlowicz (née Brannen) Images by Rebecca Brannen and Brian Karlowicz (circa 1999, 2000) The piece below was originally written in November of 1999 and edited in November 2015. Like many Georgia Tech Architecture students before me, I spent my senior year studying in Paris at UP6 La Villette. I had the privilege […]

Naoshima and the Chi Chu Museum

Posted by on Oct 20, 2015 in architecture, art, landscape, travel | One Comment
Naoshima and the Chi Chu Museum

In the middle of the Seto Inland Sea, there is an island called Naoshima, one of nearly 3,000 that lie in the calm waters near to the coast of the main Japanese islands of Honshu, Shikiku, and Kyushu.  Naoshima once thrived on its fishing industry, but as the population aged and the youngest citizens moved […]

Old School Snowcat: 1961 Thiokol Trackmaster 4T-10

Posted by on Sep 23, 2015 in super fun stuff, travel | No Comments
Old School Snowcat: 1961 Thiokol Trackmaster 4T-10

Nicknamed the Snow Toaster, this 1961 Thiokol Trackmaster 4T-10 (chassis AX618) has been restored and modified with what the seller says are improved steering and braking systems adapted from an unspecified Bombardier snow tracker. It has a bullet proof Ford 300 and seats 10 people. The paint is a bit tired, but the ad claims […]