"Instead of more gratuitous parametric modeling, we need to think about urban epistemologies that embrace memory and history; that recognize spatial intelligence as sensory and experiential; that consider other species’ ways of knowing; that appreciate the wisdom of local crowds and communities; that acknowledge the information embedded in the city’s facades, flora, statuary, and stairways; that aim to integrate forms of distributed cognition paralleling our brains’ own distributed cognitive processes." link
all images by Chris Teeter, use freely ;)
[mandatory listening for this blog post - Clutch - Spacegrass ]
Boredom as a result of too much to do. Too much professional practice architecture. Too much reality.