Old historic buildings are more than just a timeless beauty. They could be holding the key to who we are now as a nation and a citizen of earth. They are architecture half as old as time that shaped our history.
We are accountable for the future generations. It is our responsibility to show and tell them stories of the past. One best way to appreciate history is seeing what our ancestors’ hands had built. Like how we are enjoying history now. But what are we going to offer them if we are starting to ruin physical pieces of evidence of the past?
Disco houses, nightclubs, music hubs, discotheque, or whatever they call it, are usually situated in old warehouses or basements if not penthouses of buildings. Can you imagine seeing your old hometown church being turned into a disco bar?
Many churches that were built way back years before we were born are now being converted to residences and condominiums.
In England alone, around 18,000 Englishman churches and chapels were sold to be made into homes and business centers. A research group even confirmed that more churches and chapels would be declared redundant by 2020 which will inevitably end up in the market.
Most millennials are into Instagram. If you’re a parent like me, Instagram is a vehicle to connect to your teens. Some non-techy parents might ask, insta “what?”
Well, the new generations love capturing every event. They express their thoughts and emotions through visual rather than text. Instagram is the platform where they chronicle their lives by taking pictures of each notable moment.