Par Pleines Felix, 24/11/19


                                                                                      6th of October 2019

Dear little sisters,

I haven’t seen you much these last three weeks because of the architecture work here in Lausanne. This period was a blend of joyful moments and demanding labor. We set off to model - through various means - the ground floor of the Pantheon in Rome (it’s the old building we visited last year with the hole in it’s cupola). The interest in this floor is it’s imperceptible curvature.

The ultimate aim of this undertaking is to familiarise ourselves with the architects conceptual toolkit. Such as drawing from differents angles and model making using wood and plaster.

Your older brother,

Felix Pleines

P.S. Try not breaking your legs or anything, plaster is way too expensive...