In Cartagena, the undulating curves of a silken white behemoth slice through blue sky with the same effortless ease as a brush against a canvas. In Miami, mesmerizing curves appear again; this time hovering over sparkling sea at the point where it kisses powdery coast. In Bogotá, crystalline glass structures rise from the earth beneath them; weightily adorned with bronze-toned straps positioned so as to create harlequin patterns against the vast, transparent expanses. Surreal though they may seem, these scenes are not taken from some unworldly, sci-fi fantasy.
Rather, they are the brilliantly crafted brainchildren of master architect Brandon Haw.
By Gina Samarotto