Windows, doors, arches, ceilings, balconies, breezeways - line, form, shape, weight, porosity - buildings, huts by the river, sustainable materials. In understanding the complexity of a building or group of buildings, and the essential humanness of the need to build and imagine architecture, writing has no bounds. Describe a window and get lost in a view; describe a door and open to the possibilities of spatial design. Writing about a world of architectural style, line and form, historic and contemporary building design, and how architecture affects people is a journey in itself. It is an adventure I love to share through workshops and public speaking. I find joy in that delightful 'ah ha' moment when participants realise that the built world is an integral part of their personal psyche, informing the way they see the world, build community, and express passion and hope, locally and globally.