My trip to México City was a joke between my friend and I that started last year when I sent him a picture of a Luis Barragan house and said TAKE ME!  This year, on spontaneous whim, we found a cheap flight and booked it. Continue reading “MÉXICO CITY”


It is the third day of the new year and I have finally put together my favorite moments of 2016. I have become such a procrastinator since I got back from Europe. I am not going to lie, I am a bit depressed being back in Texas. It just isn’t the same here, there is no excitement. There is nothing interesting to look at or discover. But I am happy to be reunited with family and friends and I am looking forward to getting back to studio this semester. I am already planning possible trips for the summer! Anyways, back to my favorite moments… Continue reading “2016: FAVORITE MOMENTS”


November 9

The last town our study center took us to was Orvieto. The town on top of a huge cliff-like hill is known for its buildings being constructed of tufo, or volcanic rock. Orvieto is also known for its ceramics. Continue reading “ORVIETO”


November 27 – December 2

After ending my study abroad adventure in Castiglion Fiorentino, Italy. My best friend and I decided to spend one more week in Europe before heading back to the US. So we planned a five day trip to Amsterdam! Neither of us had been and being architecture students, we wanted to check out all of the art and architecture there, especially in Rotterdam. Continue reading “AMSTERDAM & ROTTERDAM”


For the last couple of Wednesday trips, our center took us back to Florence to experience more art and architecture. There are three different day trips in this post, so I will start in order. Continue reading “FIRENZE”


October 25 – 27

Guten tag München!

Continuing on our Fall break, we left Vienna and headed towards Munich for two days. As I’ve said before, two days is never enough time to explore and really soak in a city. Munich was probably the most modern, clean, and efficient city I have ever been to. Continue reading “MUNICH”