About

Welcome to Architectural Adventure!

We live in this world, driven by goals, passion, the meaning of life. I haven’t found my mission yet, but I know my passion.Love to explore new, architecture and photography turned intothe project  “Architectural adventure, where I lovingly uncovermy photos with stories from various trips around the world and sharemy architectural portfolio.

Every day of life is unique and depends only on us how we spend it. On this website there are many hours of my life, probably the most conscious hours of my life. Here are collected not only the moments of clicking the camera, but also the path traveled, in order to catch this moment, realise it, process, describe and publish it. Here are collected many hours of my work in offices, in the mornings and nights, conversations with colleagues, ritual coffee in the mornings in the offices in Germany and spontaneous gatherings over tea in Russia or with community in India.

In adolescence, it is difficult to decide what you want to do. My mother was an architect and I followed in her footsteps. For a while I thought that it was not my decision and I ran away from architecture to other areas in search of finding myself. Since childhood I helped my mother draw plans and facades on tracing paper, it was my entertainment. I still unconsciously continue to draw buildings that are spinning in my head while talking on the phone. In every trip I get lost among the architecture and its history. In every walk I look at the improvement and quality of the parts made. I realized that this is mine and I don’t need to run anywhere, I need to study and work further with the same passion and love that I feel for the world around us with maximum dedication to make this world even better and more comfortable for the citizens of our planet.

After wandering around the world and living in Germany, Italy, India, Russia, America and South Africa, I settled in Western Australia in the most remote capital of the world in the city of Perth and studied urban and regional planning. Feel free to leave me a message, I’m always glad to meet new people.

Masha from Russia | Architect with a backpack