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Hey! Thanks for checking us out. Uhave2Go! is a photo sharing website for travel and photography lovers, and for everyone else in between who enjoy going places and discovering the new. Uhave2go collects travel photos and information about those places, events or activities you loved, and the goal is to become the go to site for inspiration to travel around the World and make the most out of the places you go to. Basically, inspire you to go... wherever it is that you want to go.

It all started with a few hundred travel photos from my trips through Asia and South America and one idea, UHave2Go!, a site that would be inspiration for others to travel around the World and share their photography and thoughts of the places they loved. The rest has been hard work, learning, lots of adjustments and brainstorming.

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Pictures of Stata Center in MIT, Cambridge. By Frank Ghery:
Country:United States,   City:Cambridge,   Category:Architecture By Fernando
About  Stata Center in MIT, Cambridge. By Frank Ghery 
An instant favorite from my visit to the MIT campus, in Cambridge. The Stata Center, designed by Frank Ghery and completed in 2004. An interesting (and somewhat typical) Ghery style maze of shapes and spaces that reminded me one of the reasons why I went to architecture school in the first place. The capacity of Architecture to tell stories and establish a dialogue with people, as if the building, both the inside and the outside, could talk, ask questions and possibly suggest answers. Here's some more information taken from the Stata Center website: " The building is home to the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), the Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems (LIDS) and the Department of Linguistics and Philosophy. Its striking design featuring tilting towers, many-angled walls and whimsical shapes challenges much of the conventional wisdom of laboratory and campus building. When the building opened in 2004, Pulitzer Prize-winning critic Robert Campbell wrote in the Boston Globe that the building is "a work of architecture that embodies serious thinking about how people live and work, and at the same time shouts the joy of invention." More
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