“I’m interested in correlations between the solids of architecture and their soft reflections.”
Natalia’s origins as an architect are evident from first glance. Converging lines build structures with blueprint precision, creating an urban landscape both modern and ancient.
But to follow those lines is to see them cut through cement and sky, to build futuristic horizons made of scaffolding of light. With reflections and reflecting pools, windows and light all intermingling, sometimes it’s hard to tell what is solid and what is ephemeral.
“Each city has its unique form of communication with its travelers,” says Natalia. “and landscape and architecture play a huge role in this dialog.”