Working Towards a Secular Retreat in the Landscape

Working Towards a Secular Retreat in the Landscape

The ‘exigencies’ of the situation at hand.
Tim Ingold, MAKING.

Spatial Intelligence
New Futures for Architecture
Leon van Schaik
Spatial intelligence builds our mental space.

Sensing Spaces
Architecture Reimagined

Oak-Framed Buildings
Rupert Newman

Heidegger for Architects
Adam Sharr

MAKING
ANTHROPOLOGY, ARCHAEOLOGY
ART AND ARCHITECTURE
Tim Ingold
Touching objects, feeling materials
The Cathedral and the Laboratory

A Hut of One’s Own
Anne Cline

Solar Pavilion
Alison and Peter Smithson
Architecture is not made with the brain
The Parallel of Art and Life
Aesthetics about Perception
Poetics about Production

HERZOG & DE MEURON
NATURAL HISTORY
My studio is a piece of architecture that is silent.
Speculative Architecture
On The Aesthetics of Herzog & De Meuron
Robert Kudieka

The Thinking Hand
Existential and Embodied Wisdom in Architecture
Juhani Pallasmaa

The Architecture of Natural Light
Henry Plummer

Peter Zumthor
Hortus Conclusus
Serpentine Gallery Pavilion

The Potentials of Spaces
The Theory and Practice of Scenography and Performance
Alison Oddey, Christine White

See Yourself Sensing
Redefining Human Perception
Madeline Schwartzman

Collage and Architecture
Jennifer A. E. Shields

COLLAGE
Assembling Contemporary Art
Sally O’Reilly
Construction/Abstraction
Body/Identity
Environments/Geographies

 

Relationscapes : Open Systems/Speculative,Dynamic, Creative. An assemblage/energy of images,collage, drawing and texts and other disparate elements.

Source: Working Towards a Secular Retreat in the Landscape

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~ by russellmoreton on January 12, 2018.

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