sâmbătă, 2 noiembrie 2013

Gillot and Givry

“At the outset”, shared Gillot+Givry, “we wanted to create architecture that, like traditional Japanese tea rooms, would not be marked out for a specific function: a Western chashitsu in which no tea ceremonies would be held, and in which there would be no feeling of occupying the space!” This would be the spatial equivalent of Lichtenberg’s famous “knife with no blade and which has no handle”.


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