Aung Kyaw Thein

"art for art’s sake is a philosophy of the well-fed"

- Frank Lloyd Wright

Apr 20

"While artists work from the real to the abstract, architects must work from the abstract to the real."

- Steven Holl

Apr 20

"We all make choices in life. The hard thing is to live with them…. and there ain’t nobody that can help you with that."

- (The Words 2012)

Jan 13

"Envy is ignorance, Imitation is Suicide"

- Emerson

Nov 20

"People can inhabit anything. And they can be miserable in anything and ecstatic in anything. More and more I think that architecture has nothing to do with it. Of course, that’s both liberating and alarming."

- Rem Koolhaas

Nov 20

"You love Architecture. You want to be an Architect. You study all your life. and… … You’ve become a Glorified CAD Monkey."

Nov 12

"Knowledge is not for knowing: knowledge is for cutting."

- Michel Foucault

Oct 15

"Hate is a hard thing to sustain. Grief isn’t. Grief is something that can stay with you for a very long time…The only time you truly become an adult is when you finally forgive your parents for being just as flawed as everyone else.."

- Douglas Kennedy

Oct 9
SuperStudio 2013 entry
Sep 30

SuperStudio 2013 entry

"When millions applaud you seriously ask yourself what harm you have done; and when they disapprove you, what good."

- Charles Caleb Colton

Sep 23



They say the sky used to be blue?

I don’t quite believe it

It’s probably always been the colour that it is

And there were cotton candy clouds and birds to fly through it?

Just stories we all love to tell our kids

So I’ll close my electronic door and keep the cold outside

Hug my aluminium pillow so tight

And pray the radiation doesn’t make me sick tonight

There used to be a wind wasn’t caused by fans?

I wonder how it would of felt in my hair

And the nuclear ring around the moon was caused by man

If it was then it’s much to late to care

So I’ll put my safety goggles and gaze out at the sun

The artificial atmosphere machines give off a constant hum

In a world that’s cold and peaceful April 2031

No more sky and no more trees

No more oxygen to breathe

No more hate and no more war

Nothing left worth fighting for 2031

As far back as Vietnam we should of learned our lesson

But we closed our eyes and sent our son’s away

And they told us we were winning as they sold more ammunition

Some were angry most just looked the other way

Ohh, nights illuminated by the endless glowing sand

That swallowed all the oceans and choked off all the land

In a world beyond resuscitation even by God’s hand

No more mountains no more sea

No more you and no more me

No more music no more songs

No God left to blame it on

No more children playing April 2031

No more need for praying April 2031

Sep 12

"If we have learned one thing from the suburban experiment, it is that you can’t grow a green economy on bitumen."

- Jeff Speck

Aug 23

Temples of Bagan from a hot-air balloon, Myanmar (by ross_123).
Aug 5


Temples of Bagan from a hot-air balloon, Myanmar (by ross_123).

Aug 1


They Live, 1988, directed by John Carpenter

(via zizekianrevolution)

"You must not fight too often with one enemy, or you will teach him all your art of war."

- Napoleon Bonaparte

Jul 16