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life and soul

A while ago I had the pleasure of suggesting a good book to Peter over at tesugen.com. He has repaid the favour twice over by encouraging me to read What Is Architecture? by Paul Shepheard. I read it during the Christmas holidays, being sure to carry a pencil with me at all times so that …

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musical chairs

Everything’s connected at some level. I’ve uploaded the sketch of the Orgone chair, as promised in a previous entry, and added some notes on the flickr.com page. It’s a somewhat hurried affair, I think I must have sketched it whilst walking away from the Marc Newson stand at the show. As you can see, I …

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My tea cup draws nearer

It’s 10:59am on a Sunday. As I open the car door and step onto the tarmac of the car park, hundreds of other doors followed by twice as many legs perform the same task in almost exact synchronisation. 11am arrives and the crowd of people who’ve emerged from their cars begins to swarm towards the …

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The Lesson of Movement

Either I’m getting weaker, or banana skins are getting stronger. Tonight’s entry is inspired by my previous comments about Oscar Naddermier, my first architectural history lecturer. I returned to his notes and decided that they should be shared with you. Oscar preferred his students to be listening rather than writing, so he always typed out …