The Tamil Methodist Church, built in the late 1890s. I just love the shape. Its just so different from the usual churches we usually see.
Next is the Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church which was built in 1924. Neo-classical architecture I think.
The stain glass is not from the original structure. It was changed from wooden windows to stain glass about 20 years ago. But I really do love stain glass windows. Something about it makes it so mesmerizing.
This is the interior of the Church of Our Lady Fatimah which is a Catholic church by the way. Look at the lights which shines in the interior. That is what Genius Loci is all about. The experience within.
Hundred Quarters.. An old residential area. Still around. But somehow, every house have Astro now.
Old Condominiums from the 1960s.
And of course, some small sheds which still remains. And the tree is believed to be sacred. I don't know. Interested? Go ask the people yourself. HAHA...
Well, these are just some of the pictures of the area we were researching on. Next up is to design a "Street Furniture" for Brickfields based on our research and then working drawings is due next week as well and of course, the trip to Ipoh next Friday. Going to be another busy week. Wish me all the best.