I suppose my engagement with phenomenology is to blame for my obsession with trying to describe things that maybe shouldn’t be explained. But I also suppose that my engagement with phenomenology is the reason why, as an architect, I’d rather write about music than about Architecture. I love, admire and respect my field, but, as much as I enjoy discussing the qualities that turn spaces into places of identity, I spend most of my life discussing the virtual inner & outer spatialities that one can build and demolish through their favourite songs. Even without lyrics, even in languages that one doesn’t speak, certain songs are an open door – to ourselves, to others, to the world, to God, and to Eternity.
This blog is a humble attempt to channel some of the thoughts, feelings, perceptions, realisations and acknowledgements that I have experienced through songs. I have chosen music as my prefered interface with the world, because, whenever and wherever my own words failed, music always had something to say. I hope you can enjoy my little epiphanies.