In the theories of architecture, within the ideologies that feed them, and amongst the many didactical practices imparted, anybody can easily pick out themes compatible to the categories of illusion or of reality. Even if, regarding a discipline so fleetingly and complex as ours, the slightest displacement of the standpoint makes those categorisations as much unsteady as the negative or positive judgments we tend to assign them. Nevertheless, comparing attitudes, looking for edges, identifying antinomies even temporaries, is an exercise that allows us to orient ourselves and to draw some useful pretext out.
|Titolo:||Blue and red pills|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2014|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|