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Aurorium, the architecture of a phenomenon
Wading through the knee-deep snow, the air is cold, stinging your cheeks and sharpening the world around you to a crystalline clarity. Far from the artificial lights of human habitation, the night becomes subtly illuminated ...
"Look not to the stable possession of truth, or of power itself,... one should decipher in it a network of relations, constantly in tension, in activity." M. Foucault, 1979 All elements exist in relationships of varying ...
This thesis evolved from the discovery of a specific building type called a mikvah, a Hebrew word, for which the primary translation is pool or gathering of water. Generally used for spiritual cleansing and purification, ...
Three bridges and a river
The rapid urbanization of Asia in recent years has radically transformed cities through the incessant barrage of the man-made into the natural. These immense changes are particularly evident in the nation of Singapore where ...