Poetry for Architects

Old friend Norman Weinstein reviews Guillevic’s Geometries (read full article here): Book Review: Diving into Architecture from Every New Angle: Reading Guillevic’s “Geometries” Why an obscure book of French poetry in a flashy translation goes to the heart of every architectural practice. By Norman Weinstein June 3, 2011 There’s something provocative in Tadao Ando’s remark that “architecture is in dialogue with geometry” – an emphatic seconding of his constant interest … Read more Poetry for Architects

Some Summer Noticings

Catching up with accumulated magazines, webpages & sundry readings, here are a few gleanings: — Good analysis of the BP-disaster & its (very overlooked connections with similar oil-disaster brought about by the naked greed of the Oil Cos in other parts of the world, i.e. far away from what I call the ABS syndrome (American Bellybutton Staring), can be found here, on TomDispatch in a piece by Ellen Cantarow. … Read more Some Summer Noticings