Architects are notorious for speaking a ridiculous language known to some as ‘archispeak.’ Some of it can be attributed to smart people trying to economize their words, some of it to dumb people trying to fit in, and some of it to architects’ weird obsession with philosophy. 197 more words
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Santiago de Molina was my first Project teacher at the University and I could never forgot his arguments about this beautiful world.
In secret, when I hadn’t ideas or I were lost in any project, his blog has shown me a light, an idea to follow and in that cases, thanks to him , I have developed beautiful projects. 9 more words
Call for Papers Footprint#17: "The Bread and Butter of Architecture. The ‘Bread & Butter’ of Architecture. Investigating Everyday Practices
Klaske Havik is associate professor at Delft University and this book is the published version of her doctoral thesis. 716 more words
History and theory are the salt and pepper of architecture. They can go hand in hand but are two complete different components. History tells what has happened based on facts and chronological events. 194 more words