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Architecture and the rupture of space

The rupture of space/time around architecture feels uncomfortable to us, as it does with “fast food” and cheap clothes, cheap furniture, and surface friendships. I would assert that we, as human beings, seek emotional complexity around most of what we do. This emotional complexity builds maps for us, memories, stories…and this is the stuff that we are made of.

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Return to Ithaca

Share  Ithaca, by Constantine P. Cavafy (1911) When you set out on your journey to Ithaca, pray that the road is long, full of adventure, full of knowledge. The Laestrygonians and the Cyclops, … the angry Poseidon — do not … Continue reading

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