Friday, July 06, 2018
Dezeeen on designing and architecting.
There have been designers who can excel at both buildings and books, permanent architecture and exhibitions, but it's becoming rarer and rarer. This might have something to do with the way philosophy and theory are approached in a facile way to embellish a degree project for a passing grade – a little dressing of Heidegger or Deleuze to impress your examiners. This tends to discredit ideas, leading to the sort of insipid empiricism found in Freespace. Architecture is about light, space, people and nice things being nice.
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