My name is Sydney Madi (formerly Shearer), and I am an Intern Architect in Alberta, Canada. This blog, though grossly neglected for awhile, is my place to share my experiences within Architecture, as well as what inspires me in my everyday life. It is a collection of Architecture, design, art, food, and adventures and I appreciate you taking the time to check it out.
I currently live with my husband and the black dragon known as Zaida. We love to explore our town, head out to the mountains, and enjoy our modern apartment and all things around it in the Beltline. You can find me on Instagram @shearersa, which is somewhat of a new thing for me (I know, I know). I will be hashtagging relevant posts to this blog as #TSKN for now.
For those of you not familiar with Architecture, the name of this blog is inspired by a quote from an extremely famous historical figure. It guides my own personal exploration in Architecture, in design, and in life itself. It speaks of the delight and joy that occurs at the threshold where the man-made meets nature, and how we can produce beauty and light in the world.
“The Sun never knew how great it was until it hit the side of a building” – Louis Kahn