An invitation to travel. The script of the work is based on a simple and subtle staging. A unique point of view on the architecture of the world, minimalist, with neat angles. LOg has indeed created an immersive environment made of pure lines, exotic garden sounds, natural and artificial lights. This contemporary decor is rendered in the form of light and dark pulses that enchant the setting. LOg reveals itself as a master of waiting. He is the painter of that moment when nothing happens. Which is great for our hysterical times where everyone is waiting for the product, for enchantment. Finally, the artist offers an intriguing vision of life without answers where everyone's imagination can freely intervene. The spectator is able to ask himself if it is not more relationships and spaces that the artists have sought to represent than objects or subjects for themselves? In the end, the object has value only if it participates in an atmosphere, in a situation. LOg intelligently balances the space, creates points of attachment, stages where the eye can stop, developing a poetic observation that brings a kind of narrative set in space. Architecture occupies a prominent place in LOg's work to such an extent that it defines the work. It is the representation of nature and architecture that is questioned in this painting. LOg's canvases take buildings and houses as subjects at different times of the day, thus offering an impressionistic legacy: this scene prefers the evening when the shadows lengthen and underline the contrasts of light and colour. The gaze raises the question of this link between design architecture and nature. Is one a pretext for composing with the other? Or does each contribute to the representation of a mise en scène?