“My aim is not to create particle-like works of architecture. I want to create a condition that is as vague and ambiguous as drifting particles. The closest thing to such a condition is a rainbow.” - Kengo Kuma
Robert Somol and Sarah Whiting co-authored "Notes around the Doppler Effect and Other Moods of Modernism," arguing against the idea of a "critical architecture" in favor of one that would be "projective."
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