Sketching quick thumbnails to adapt Calvino's Invisible Cities  onto sketchbook pages:
Anastasia [1-3] - I thought main idea behind description was expressing and exaggerating beauty, but reminding the visitor where his place is in this land - "you believe you are enjoying Anastasia wholly when you are only its slave." Reminding me of artists and concepts such as Hundertwasser, Berlin's Potsdamer Platz, Cardiff's redeveloped waterfront, Canary Wharf, Heathrow Airport and other architecture places primarily to serve businesspeople (not to mention Don Bluth's Anastasia) - so became interested in conflicting business with pleasure, exaggerated entertainment (stadium screens, swimming pools, clock tower decorations, etc.), colliding with small boarded airport walkways (currency signs) - "You are nothing!"
Argia [4-5] - Exploring concept of piling up dirt-debris entirely throughout city. Covering windows and doors, overgrowing grass and plants, tight chutes that people try to walk/squeeze through. Debris pile so massive that some have to slide down dug chutes (surrounded by seagulls) to get to city centre
Armilla  - Exploring idea of entire structures supported by just pipes (various sizes and directions) - in a way, designed to look slightly dangerous to run at fast pace (fear of falling from large pipes with no handle support)
Links - Hundertwasser, Sony Center [Potsdamer Platz, Berlin], Canary Wharf [Tower Hamlets, London], Mermaid Quay [Cardiff waterfront], seagulls at the dump, pipes screensaver