Posts Tagged ‘Banham’

Thoughts on the Black Box 2 April 2019 No Comments

I approached the task of responding to a paper session on conventions of research in architectural education by following the prompt of the session’s co-chairs, and returning to the thing itself, to the “black box” that the conference organizers used as a starting point for the theme of the 107th annual meeting of the Association […]

The Pause that Refreshes 22 April 2009 No Comments

_____ A few days ago, after several long, hot hours of looking at buildings, my friends and I were thirsty.  This was understandable.  We had driven from Los Feliz to Watts in 95º heat and then from Watts to downtown in 100º heat. Viewing Simon Rodia’s towers meant total exposure, so the shadowy depth of […]