In this collection, all of it is really about vernacular architecture and how it tells stories about human history.
Palimpsest is a current series (2023- ) showing architectural interventions over time: not exact recordings, but all based on real-life observations (of mostly European buildings). 
Some titles also suggest something about the human condition: how we think and interact with people as much as with buildings. The series Urban Cavities (2019-22) started with 3 large works made as artist-in-residence in Budapest in 2018, focusing on the empty lots of Pest. They show spaces of nothing that still speak of something: breathing space or light in the urban fabric, unexpected details of interest, or spaces temporarily forgotten yet not devoid of significance.
The series Places (2019) explored moments of transition, buildings abandoned, the aesthetics of neglect. The works were all built with pieces of paper: maps relevant to the place, transparently painted in acrylic, and natural textures from magazine pages.

Price range: € 750 - 3000