Monthly Archives: June 2018

Design Exercise: Imaginary Places (again)

Today is the first day of summer and I’m ready to celebrate. I’m off on an adventure and so there will be no new post today. But I have found a post for you from last year, a design exercise … Continue reading

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Biennale Architettura 2018: Responding To The Space Around Us

The Biennale Architettura 2018 is currently being held in Venice. It opened in May and runs until November. As with previous biennials this year’s event focuses on “…examples, proposals, elements – built or unbuilt – of work that exemplifies essential … Continue reading

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Anxiety and Nostalgia: The Art of Aida Muluneh

“We exist between the anxiety of the unknown future and the nostalgia of the familiar past. We bear the burden of our duality.” Photographer Aida Muluneh has spent most of her life without a place to call home. At a … Continue reading

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