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Reflexionen aus der Diaspora

Voids, Brands, Characters, and How to Deal with Lots

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branding, mediating, curating, measuring, communicating, coding  

Ambience

Articulating Faces

Void as an Ingredient Dancing around Voids A Specifi…

Play Among Books

 

A Symposium on Architecture and Information Spelled in Atom Letters

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Architecture and Information, abundance and connectivity, unsettling hierarchies. Clouds, streams, lists, indexes, pixels. What are the…

AN OPEN INVARIANT

#architecture #protagonists

 

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Writing on architecture is not like history or poetry.1 For this book does not show of what architecture is composed, but treats of the origin of the building art, how it was fostered, and h…

XENOTHEKA

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The builders of the library were great masters.1

One day he rose from his arm chair, and went to his library in search of a book.2 At the foot of the stairway there was a cell, and then a library…

Texting Architects

texting architects

 

TEXTING ARCHITECTS

How do we learn in the digital? How do we deal with the abundance of data? How do we experience spectrums and not be seduced by explicit singular definitions? Does playing with information help?

Lets take architec…

Table Stories

The table is being set. As a part of the Quantum Words Series first in a series of architectonic objects: THE TABLE

 

Table Stories

When one contemplates a table, two thoughts often emerge–What is on the table? (how is the table set), and Who is at the table? (…

A Play of Books

A Play of Books

Computational Object in a World of Data

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PROLOGUE IMAGE, MAP, MAPPING

DRAMA FIGURES, FUGUES, FACES, MASKS, ATOMS, ELEMENTS, CHARACTERS

Orthography – Actors – Pre-Specific Objects Scenography …

From Singapore With Love

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written by Petra Tomljanovic, Miro Roman published in Oris magazine/95

“Interviewer: The greatest invention of this century must be…? Lee Kuan Yew: The air-conditioner, for me.” (Kuan Yew 2008)

In Singapore, everything sim…

A Quantum City or How to Talk about Cities?

A Quantum City

review by Petra Tomljanovic

City. Divided tensions, expectations; new images, mastery of orientation skills, the jitters, the fear of the unknown. A new city, your city, for a couple of hours, couple of days, infinite, unfathomable, for…

Urban Diptych

bifold reading of the generic city through photographic mosaics

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Photographic diptych by Panagiotis Kotsidas and Miro Roman is a part of three week exhibition-event in Singapore organized by The Mill x WeJungle and thematized with conce…