March 11, 2005

Old Berkeley Audio & Rashid

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For some easy listening (not reading) go here. Speeches and readings in alphabetical order by reader.

PS Here's also an interesting essay from Hani Rashid of Asymptote (1998!):

"Architecture could be seen this way, too - not just through its formal principles but by its implicit condition as a text of sorts that can interpret and attempt to make sense of the landscape and territories it occupies and forms. The inscriptions we make as architects should be about the human aspiration towards the unknown, manifest most eloquently in what we relentlessly pursue - the space that now enfolds us..."

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