Tag Archives: Architecture

Culture as Continous Problem

/Student/: That is quite a house…I understand what middle voice can look like, now. I don’t think I’ll fully understand how this links to Colomina and Woolf, unless middle voice can also be used to destroy the opposition between inner … Continue reading

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Domestic Fictions – The Triumph of Writing over Drawing in Modern Architecture

“The look is directed . . . in such deliberate manner as to suggest the reading of these houses as frames for a view.” — Beatriz Colomina, “Split Wall” “But with all the interrogation of the word feminine, one sometimes … Continue reading

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Asyntactical Anti-Architecture ~ Building not as Organism but rather Cloud

Friedrich Wilhelm founded this museum for the study of antique objects of all kinds and the fine arts “In a confidential memo to Cabinet Adviser von Albrecht, a member of the museum commission, Alexander von Humboldt wrote that the philology … Continue reading

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