Review of the Semester
Public: accessible, communal, community, free to all, not private, open/open to the public, unrestricted…etc Private: concealed, isolated, not overlooked, retired, secluded, secret, separate, solitary, withdrawn…etc Over the course of this semester I have found myself becoming more aware of the effects of Public Life on our Public Spaces. In Invisible Cities, Marko Polo informs...
The Redball Project →
Public Life’s Affect on Public Spaces
Folded-Plate Hut in Osaka →
der-sand: In my synoptics project I am looking to create an art exhibition space with a focus on light - I have chosen to focus on oragami and silhouettes and how the two create different light strengths/shadows.
THE IDEAL CITY MADE PRACTICABLE – EBENEZER HOWARD
Town and country must be married, and out of this joyous union will spring a new hope, a new life, a new civilization. Ebenezer Howard (1898) Extract from Urban Utopias in the Twentieth Century Ebenezer Howard was, in a way, a revolutionary. It was he who first imagined a city in which space was a priority for ALL inhabitants, be they upper, middle or working class. Howard’s aim in life was...