Architecture that I like
Godoy House by Hernandez Silva Architects
Biblioteca Sandro Penna, Perugia, Italy. A flying saucer landed 200km north of Rome and then turned itself into a library. Or at least that’s how it may appear to visitors to Perugia, a town known more for its plethora of old churches that its modern-retro architecture. The interior of the library resembles a cross between a dot-com office and the 13 year old girl’s room—colorful couches and pastel book shelves mix with the pink-hued light produced by the glass walls.
Arts quad at Cornell University where my daughter graduated.