Mexican architect Juan Carlos Ramos has taken on a form less-visited for his aptly titled project Pyramid House—a conceptual pyramid-shaped home created and submitted as a proposal for a recent architecture competition. The simple geometric shape creates a clean aesthetic, while remaining extremely eye-catching due to its iconic though rarely applied form.
"Or why sometimes you need to do things in order to bright them up."
Boundaries arrive when challenges are rejected. They show themselves as a common thing, their regularity makes you think that they should be there instead of you letting them be there.
That decision is the one whom got me into this, into this way of showing myself as I wanted and not as I could do it. With no dictations of what I could or not be doing.
"Could" is about asking but not making, is about wondering but not getting, is about marking limits and watch them pass… hesitating about how could life would be without them. It’s the perpetual foreign that everybody knows but no one had ever met.
And here’s my way to deliver myself:
(The underscore is leaving an open door, letting things flowing in).