Writing in Architecture: Poetic Metaphor Gone Wild

Let’s take a look at what happens when an architect tries to use the metaphor as a concrete descriptor; AKA obfuscation through poetry. Taken from an article on the website Dezeen. A variety of spaces are contained within this Sydney yoga studio, each designed by architect Karen Abernethy to offering visitors a different sensory experience. How is… Continue reading Writing in Architecture: Poetic Metaphor Gone Wild

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Old concepts and new words

Kellyanne Conway, the counsellor to President Trump defended the very first White House press conference by the Press Secretary who accused the press corp of distorting the truth by showing a sparsely attended inauguration. The press secretary, Sean Spicer offered verifiable numbers:  He referenced the number of people that used the Washington D.C. mass transit… Continue reading Old concepts and new words

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How to voice your opinion

With the just-completed Trump inauguration, it is worth taking a moment to look at how we handle voicing our opinion in the face of those who disagree. Each method has advantages and disadvantages and should be considered carefully, depending on your desired outcome. 1. Join a protest and carry a sign. This method is useful… Continue reading How to voice your opinion