YES IS MORE or Less [Zoom!/zzzzrrtt!/thud!/blaam! – me not] – Full text

“If the passage falls below the levels of ponderous literacy and pedantically accurate spelling… the use of imagery has a knowing exactitude which overleaps conventional architecture-magazine rhetoric of the period, by-passes the reader’s normal verbal defence [sic]mechanisms, and thus produced a distinct shift in sensibility.” (Peter Reyner Banham: Megastructure: urban futures of the recent past,Continue reading “YES IS MORE or Less [Zoom!/zzzzrrtt!/thud!/blaam! – me not] – Full text”

YES IS MORE or Less [Zoom!/zzzzrrtt!/thud!/blaam! – me not] – Klaus in CLOG Magazine 01

I rarely publish articles under Klaus’s name (I have a whole different personality just for that). However, when Kyle May approached me in order to collaborate with a short review (a sketch of an article rather than a long text) on BIG´s “Yes Is More”  in the debut issue of Clog Magazine, it seemed mostContinue reading “YES IS MORE or Less [Zoom!/zzzzrrtt!/thud!/blaam! – me not] – Klaus in CLOG Magazine 01”

The New City Reader: Food (II). Less is More (Alienating)

Click to Read Noone’s gonna get the cinephilic reference (otherwise, prove me wrong if you dare). In any case, the Food Section of The New City Reader, curated by  William Prince, Krista Ninivaggi, and Nicola Twilley will “hit the stands” at the New Museum next Sunday. Be sure to get a free copy if youContinue reading “The New City Reader: Food (II). Less is More (Alienating)”