Theory

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Reveries or on designing with words

To dream a world of words and words that are worlds. To play with memory and feelings, the mind’s hand searching, feeling, grasping; scraping. To weave like a spider with threads of thoughts and colours spanning textures over scales, things

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Reveries or on designing with words

To dream a world of words and words that are worlds. To play with memory and feelings, the mind’s hand searching, feeling, grasping; scraping. To weave like a spider with threads of thoughts and colours spanning textures over scales, things

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the ornate function, or poetic purpose

1. The symposium Against the Grain[1], organized by Bureau Europa in collaboration with the faculty of architecture at the RWTH Aachen, opened a space for the reassessment of a crucial question: “Is narrative architecture still relevant to the current condition?”[2]

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the ornate function, or poetic purpose

1. The symposium Against the Grain[1], organized by Bureau Europa in collaboration with the faculty of architecture at the RWTH Aachen, opened a space for the reassessment of a crucial question: “Is narrative architecture still relevant to the current condition?”[2]

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Ex Libris: Architecture + World Literature

Great collaborative web blog by Mark Morris, AAP Cornell University,  architecture and related fiction literature books’ excerpts with comments. A very useful resource, in progress, at https://blogs.cornell.edu/exlibris/ Are you a paying BiggerPockets PRO member video porno up to date basic

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Ex Libris: Architecture + World Literature

Great collaborative web blog by Mark Morris, AAP Cornell University,  architecture and related fiction literature books’ excerpts with comments. A very useful resource, in progress, at https://blogs.cornell.edu/exlibris/ Are you a paying BiggerPockets PRO member video porno up to date basic

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Dialogue

  F: We are old. H: What are you saying? F: We are old. After all we have been through, we are still here. But why? Why are we here? Nobody is listening. H: Yes, we are old. And we

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Dialogue

  F: We are old. H: What are you saying? F: We are old. After all we have been through, we are still here. But why? Why are we here? Nobody is listening. H: Yes, we are old. And we

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reflection: kaleidoscope

“Somebody calls you, you answer quite slowly/ A girl with kaleidoscope eyes…” – John Lennon 1. As some of the smartest allegories known to man,  a gorgeous three legged description of power comes from the East. An old Japanese figure

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reflection: kaleidoscope

“Somebody calls you, you answer quite slowly/ A girl with kaleidoscope eyes…” – John Lennon 1. As some of the smartest allegories known to man,  a gorgeous three legged description of power comes from the East. An old Japanese figure

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Eunoia, a literary approach within architectural practice

The title of this article introduces us to the beautiful thoughts of Christian Bök, a Canadian poet. To write “Eunoia”, he restricted himself by the use of only one vowel for each chapter.

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Eunoia, a literary approach within architectural practice

The title of this article introduces us to the beautiful thoughts of Christian Bök, a Canadian poet. To write “Eunoia”, he restricted himself by the use of only one vowel for each chapter.

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event: lecture Pallasmaa at Stroom

Architect and writer Juhani Pallasmaa will give a lecture at Stroom in The Hague, April 24. For more information and reservations, see: http://www.stroom.nl/activiteiten/lezing_symposium.php?l_id=6910362

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event: lecture Pallasmaa at Stroom

Architect and writer Juhani Pallasmaa will give a lecture at Stroom in The Hague, April 24. For more information and reservations, see: http://www.stroom.nl/activiteiten/lezing_symposium.php?l_id=6910362

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event: Urban Literacy

Public Defence of PhD thesis Urban Literacy. The dissertation discusses how literature offers valuable ways to become aware of how people experience, use, and imagine places. It argues that Lefebvre’s concept of lived space, experienced and lived through by characters, evoking

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event: Urban Literacy

Public Defence of PhD thesis Urban Literacy. The dissertation discusses how literature offers valuable ways to become aware of how people experience, use, and imagine places. It argues that Lefebvre’s concept of lived space, experienced and lived through by characters, evoking

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just spotted…

Just spotted:   “Writing the Modern City. Literature, architecture, modernity”, edited by Sarah Edward and Jonathan Charley, Routledge 2012. Initiated after the conference “Architextures: Textual and Architectural Spaces”, held in Britain in 2008, this anthology of essays focuses on “relationships

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just spotted…

Just spotted:   “Writing the Modern City. Literature, architecture, modernity”, edited by Sarah Edward and Jonathan Charley, Routledge 2012. Initiated after the conference “Architextures: Textual and Architectural Spaces”, held in Britain in 2008, this anthology of essays focuses on “relationships

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