16 April

1646 birth of Jules Hardouin-Mansart

test (poem?) by whomever
1999.04.16 10:07

exploiting Quondam
2000.04.16     2209 3770b 5800

Pennypacker Mills     1902
2002.04.16

Re: Do we live in some virtual Zoos ?
2003 04.16 11:18     3600c 3705i 3730f 3749e 4403h 7802b

Re: Fellow Americans, and those who will be but, don't know it.
2003.04.16 12:31     3200b

16 April
2006.04.16 11:53     2998

...and speaking of random tangents
2007.04.16 15:21     u6645

Iconography, or the problem of representation
2008.04.16 10:08     2396 3749n 3770s
2008.04.16 11:28     2396 3749n 3770s

The Jenga Effect
2009.04.16 16:09     3749q

Why are we having this conversation?
2012.04.16 14:36     3749u



1999.04.16 10:07
test (poem?) by whomever
[architecture as interface comes with the architecture of schizophrenic interfacing...]


2003.04.16 11:18
Re: Do we live in some virtual Zoos ?
Museums have over time become my favorite type of building, specifically as architecture as delivery of content, even the 'secret' content.
It really is amazing that something that remains basically the same all the time (ie, the design/plan of the human body) nonetheless manifests so many, many differences. I sort of stopped looking at humanity as an animal, and (since 1981) starting looking at humanity (specifically the male/female human body) also as architecture as the delivery of content.


2002.04.16

07041601 Ury Farm terrain model distorted 1,1,10   u6646


2008.04.16 10:08
Iconography, or the problem of representation

Lately I've been into Rorschach Ink Blot Test Architecture. Makes things a lot easier, like no more concerns over iconography, representation, indexicality, etc. It's whatever the beholder thinks it is.


2008.04.16 11:28
Iconography, or the problem of representation
...what came to my mind was the fluid associational glue that bonds icons and representation, hence the idea of Rorschach Ink Blot Test architecture. Yes, iconography is somehow always going to be there, but just maybe the associational glue could remain forever elastic as well. Or is it that the iconography remains forever elastic and the associational glue is somehow always going to be there?
What's next? Yikes Architecture!?

2009.04.16 16:09
The Jenga Effect
"I just looked up trend spotting..."


2012.04.16 14:36
Why are we having this conversation?
I like it when substance and self-promotion are the same thing because that frightens [critics] more than anything.


13041601.db Haus der Kunst, model develpoment within NNTC


14041601 domestic architecture collection collection grid plans



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