Tag: architecture

TED talk: Can a building be a person?

TED talk: Can a building be a person?

Can a building be a person?

 

Hot + Hairy

Hot + Hairy

Kim Bridgland’s hairy house. First exercise. This semester’s studio has begun: Hot and Hairy: biotopology and new architectural life. Pia Ednie-Brown, with Simon Sellars and Jessica In. “Your …

 

Lake Clifton

Lake Clifton

This week, I am visiting Lake Clifton, south of Perth and in the vicinity of Mandurah, reportedly the fasted growing city in Australia. Lake Clifton …

 

plastic futures blog

plastic futures blog

My latest research seminar, Plastic Futures, starts this week. The blog, in its embryonic form, has been set up. It can be found here, and …

 

Architecture and processing change

Architecture and processing change

For many, architects largely offer frameworks for boutique living and institutional arrangements. Ushering in formal expressions of individual luxury and collective organisation, they are servants …

 

on emergence and architectural models

on emergence and architectural models

link to a personal favourite of my papers