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some cities

some cities were founded by chance comfortably reclined against an old meander a protective hill, a vantage point crossroads for conflict and profit   some simply piled up on the continuous rhythm of human tides layered atop one another in

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some cities

some cities were founded by chance comfortably reclined against an old meander a protective hill, a vantage point crossroads for conflict and profit   some simply piled up on the continuous rhythm of human tides layered atop one another in

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Lozenge, contributed by Viktorija Bogdanova

How silently hollow are the bricks that flow through lonely walls, like a stony droplet over eyelashes, they pierce through every mortar scar, my soul is too narrow for your body, your thought is fractured by my feeling.   Like

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Lozenge, contributed by Viktorija Bogdanova

How silently hollow are the bricks that flow through lonely walls, like a stony droplet over eyelashes, they pierce through every mortar scar, my soul is too narrow for your body, your thought is fractured by my feeling.   Like

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Coast

After so many sketches, there is one that remains. Made almost two decades ago, the connection that very sketch has set in motion is still vital. An elastic connection with that land of rocks and water, of trees and human,

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Coast

After so many sketches, there is one that remains. Made almost two decades ago, the connection that very sketch has set in motion is still vital. An elastic connection with that land of rocks and water, of trees and human,

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Hidden

Drawing from Gautam Bhatia   Hidden…., Out of sight , out of mind. I find you crawling your way up The promise of that little ray of light makes you forget the darkness that awaits your fall. The jungle that you created

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Hidden

Drawing from Gautam Bhatia   Hidden…., Out of sight , out of mind. I find you crawling your way up The promise of that little ray of light makes you forget the darkness that awaits your fall. The jungle that you created

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sketch: Jørn Utzon’s platforms and plateaus

Testing the limits of the obvious the simplest act (elevation) implies a thorough revelation.   Things known, things unknown – as Huxley would have it and in between architecture timeless tool for understanding  

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sketch: Jørn Utzon’s platforms and plateaus

Testing the limits of the obvious the simplest act (elevation) implies a thorough revelation.   Things known, things unknown – as Huxley would have it and in between architecture timeless tool for understanding  

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ON THE ROCK, BY THE SEA, ALONG THE SHORE

PROPOSAL FOR A MARITIME MUSEUM, NORWAY. THE YOUNG BUILDING ON THE SHORE –  THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA.   THE OLD MAN: “Tomorrow is going to be a good day with this current,”    THE YOUNG BUILDING: I am constructed.

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ON THE ROCK, BY THE SEA, ALONG THE SHORE

PROPOSAL FOR A MARITIME MUSEUM, NORWAY. THE YOUNG BUILDING ON THE SHORE –  THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA.   THE OLD MAN: “Tomorrow is going to be a good day with this current,”    THE YOUNG BUILDING: I am constructed.

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Mute Maps

The cities drawn by Luis Carmelo, a Portuguese writer with several books published and founder of the online creative writing school EC.ON, began by being a humble mode to reinvent his own pace. Using mostly ballpoint pens on paper, each

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Mute Maps

The cities drawn by Luis Carmelo, a Portuguese writer with several books published and founder of the online creative writing school EC.ON, began by being a humble mode to reinvent his own pace. Using mostly ballpoint pens on paper, each

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New Theme: “Sketch”

  Challenging the rather simplistic tendency to assign extremely different characterizations to northern and southern European cultures, the etymology of the word sketch, at least in the English language[1], is shared by a remarkable pair. The 17th century Dutch schets,

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New Theme: “Sketch”

  Challenging the rather simplistic tendency to assign extremely different characterizations to northern and southern European cultures, the etymology of the word sketch, at least in the English language[1], is shared by a remarkable pair. The 17th century Dutch schets,

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