INTERTWINING #1: Letter from the Editors

Alessandro Gattara, Sarah Robinson, Davide Ruzzon   Science means simply the aggregate of all the recipes that are always successful. All the rest is literature. Paul Valéry   We want to move beyond thinking of architecture as an object. Architecture is not separate from us- it is not something to be judged merely by its formal properties, its satisfaction of programmatic concerns or its performance in terms of technical parameters. We are not dismissing the importance of these factors but wish to enrich them, to understand and articulate how architecture... Read more →


An excerpt from the chapter ‘ON THE PHILOSOPHY OF SPACE’ of the book ‘Public Space. Henri Lefebvre and Beyond’ by Angela D’Ascoli     Change life!’ ‘Change society!’ These precepts mean nothing without the production of an appropriate space […] To change life […] we must first change space. Henri Lefebvre   The building–dwelling–thinking conceptual triptych that Martin Heidegger (2000) consecrated in the above-mentioned illustrious conference is by no means unprecedented in modern times. In fact, the practice of dwelling has always represented a subject of considerable debate among human... Read more →

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