Nam and I took off to my old neighbourhood, Culver City, for an architecture exploration one day. She’s an architecture major, so there were lots of insights when we saw the interesting buildings populating the art district. It was fun!
We stopped by one of the Indian marts that I used to pass by but never dared go in, and got delicious samosas. I also snagged a precious tin of Milo. Sweet, sweet Milo.
We chanced upon Taste of the Nation on our way to the architecture hot spot. Nam was saying how she was the lucky person, since events seems to pop up whenever she makes plans to go somewhere. In fact, the trip to the Getty Center in the previous post was her idea too.
800 degrees was there too! The queue for it was too long though, and Nam and I were eager to get on with our itinerary.
I took a picture of the plate I grabbed from the bare table, and when the guy behind it saw what I was doing, he bade me relinquish the plate while he fussed over the presentation for a good minute. Wow! I had to compose the plate next to the bouquet of flowers after all the effort he went though.
On to the flesh of this post:
And there’s the more famous Samitaur Tower by Eric Owen Moss.
I liked the Giant Pirates logo a lot.
There was this giant wall full of ‘Love’s that we had to take a picture in front of! It’s right by Smashbox Studios.
Photos of myself are assisted by Nam.