Peribolos-In ancient Greek and Roman architecture, a peribolos was a court enclosed by a wall, especially one surrounding a sacred area such as a temple, shrine, or altar. Peribolos walls (which may also be referred to as temenos walls) were sometimes composed of stone posts and slabs supported by poros sills.
Ink on Paper, Iron,
A series of 24 black ink abstract drawing on 5X17 paper. These sketches expose my unconscious vision of how to draw an ideal architectural blueprint plan. I have no rules of where to place each line. Like a nomadic person in my own world, I allow myself the freedom to explore the order of the lines in each step of the way. It is like a puzzle, that each drawing reveals new component of the dream home. 24 Steps to Built your Dream House is also offering a parodic statement on the whole notion of dream house.