In this week's installment of Design To Go, Diane Burk travels to Cambodia, visiting the capital, Phnom Penh, and Siam Reap. The country has a complicated and painful past—characterized by war, genocide and changes in government—which is reflected in its museums.
March 2017: Cambodia
- February 2017: Mamallapuram and Pondicherry
- January 2017—February 2017: Kolkata and Bodhgaya
- January 2017: Los Angeles
- January 2017: Oaxaca Part II
- December 2016—January 2017: Oaxaca Part I
- November 2016 —December 2016: Mexico City
This informal design blog began as I departed for a year long, around the world trip in October 2016. As well as a personal gap year, this travel time allows me to take a professional design sabbatical, following more than 30 years as a Graphic Designer/Art Director in the museum design world. "Design To Go" is a casual record of my design-related findings on the road, likely to be eclectic, various and somewhat random. Some of the things I come across that stimulate my design thinking might be of interest to others. My goal is to return to San Francisco in October 2017 inspired with fresh perspectives and energized to restart my design career. In design, anything is possible!
—Diane Burk, Design To Go