Category Archives: Disappeared

Architecture Without Us #3 – The Ruin

In this lecture about architecture, Slavoj Zizek (I cannot find the character(s) to accurately spell his name), the lisping, gesticulating, Slovenian thinker, in trying to understand the depth of the statement “Less is More” (have you heard?) arrives to the

Architecture Without Us #3 – The Ruin

In this lecture about architecture, Slavoj Zizek (I cannot find the character(s) to accurately spell his name), the lisping, gesticulating, Slovenian thinker, in trying to understand the depth of the statement “Less is More” (have you heard?) arrives to the

Failure #1: The Curse of The Eiffel Tower

Apart from a few haunted houses, it’s not too often that buildings are the main protagonists of a mystery tale. Buildings are big. They are not adept at chasing people with a chainsaw. They are generally static. But in their

Failure #1: The Curse of The Eiffel Tower

Apart from a few haunted houses, it’s not too often that buildings are the main protagonists of a mystery tale. Buildings are big. They are not adept at chasing people with a chainsaw. They are generally static. But in their