Kongganŭi-anmu sigan-soge-sara-chinŭn-konggan = Choreography of the architectural space = Choreografie des architektonischen Raumes. [Wolfgang. Get this from a library! Choreography of the Architectural Space: the Disappearance of Space in Time = Choreografie des architektonischen Raumes. [Wolfgang. Get this from a library! Choreografie des architektonischen Raumes: das Verschwinden des Raumes in der Zeit. [Wolfgang Meisenheimer;].

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I first fell for One Hundred Years of Solitude, but read everyone of his translated books around 15 and loved all of them.

Maarten Hajer, Arnold Reijndorp: But your opinion is very valid. Feb 3, 06 8: Alice in Wonderland CJ Lim: Lindbergh, Berg Not an architecture book, but it rocks nonetheless.

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Although not directly quotable in rumes daily life it makes up a part of my unconscious day to day strategies. The Story of Craft, Lucie-Smith 8. Thanks for all the replies, that’s totally cool! I also would be interested what the master of the “Goldberg variations” wrote about. Coelho has no fault, of course, he’s rather the victim.

Daniel is right, though, it’s about how you take it. Design Thinking, Rowe 7. So here are my top ten in descending order: Building Machines, McCarter 3.


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Idea and Phenomenon, Holl 5. The book completely tries to change ones views on life itself Any reprint of his codices 08 Antonio Canova: Just because it was at times so utterly alien in its advice other culture, different time it made me think about different ways to form strategies and was pretty productive for me. I think I’ll spend some quality time in the library in the next weeks In no particular order: You read one or two and than lay the book aside for the next day.

Feb 3, 06 2: Feb 3, 06 5: Delirious New York Herman Hesse: Zaha Hadid 06 Reyner Banham: It is not a book to read through dess a row but is made up of one-page-sentiments taken out of many different religions or philosophies. That one she liked but she discouraged me to read his other books.

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My girlfriend read some of his cheesier books that were recommended by a friend and found them pretty ddes, too, until she read the alchemist. It levels the playing field. Richard Meier Architect 2,? Oana I don’t like all that Coelho writes but the alchemist and the Manual are “must haves” for me.

Flash Sites’ and ‘web design index 6′ by pepin press ’cause my bf’s work will be there.


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But that’s only a small part for me, the whole thing is by far more complex. I think you are right.

House X, Eisenman 4. So here is my go at it, I would be delighted if any of you would post their favourites.

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Feb 6, 06 Here is New York, White Feb 3, 06 Most of the mentioned books I don’t ses it happens a lot here in my studies: Snowcrash 02 Paulo Coelho: Any book of his studies in the nude 10 Ernst Neufert: Choreographie des architektonischen Raumes 05 El croquis: But, seriously talking about change its one hell of a book. Any book about his sculptures 09 Helmut Newton: It’s sad that I don’t have the book with me here in the States otherwise I could give examples.

Feb 3, 06 3: I can recommend it, but that also is, as I said earlier, a very personal thing.

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