Since it's winter, and my U.V. levels are bottoming out, I'm not even going to talk about how inconsiderate it was of the people who built this Gallery to create offices with no windows.
Instead I'll sing the praises of whoever built high wide windows into the gallery spaces at my favourite Australian museum, Heide. My crush on Heide only got stronger last week on a visit to a big exhibition there by Sydney-based Malaysian artist Simryn Gill, who gathers human objects so worn by time and use that they look like pieces of nature. Gill's works would be dense, beautiful and puzzling in any gallery, but I doubt there's a better way to see them than with the tree-filtered light of the Heide surrounds pouring in over them. Light. It's out there, architects – if you're willing to let it in.