[…] in all cultures of the past […] where the rituals combined many kinds of arts and other events, and after that in all great civilisations such as those of Greece, China, India, Egypt and more recent ones, we always … Continue reading John G. Papaioannou – the multimedia art vision
Victory over Chaos? Constantinos A. Doxiadis and Ekistics 1945-1975 “To Dinos, Victor over Chaos” These are the words Jacqueline Tyrwhitt wrote “on the wreath of wild flowers she placed on Dinos Doxiadis’ grave, on the day of his funeral…”. [Psomopoulos, … Continue reading Victory over Chaos?
“Though not jingoistic, Hilton’s patriotism expressed his deep commitment to two American habits: religiousness and capitalism. […] Indeed, Conrad Hilton regularly substituted prayers for advertisements. At Christmas time, Hilton offered an inspirational religious message accompanied only by the Hilton logo. … Continue reading Be Not Afraid: a Hilton prayer
For the past decades Detroit has been synonymous for urban decay, while today its apocalyptic landscape poses a challenge for professionals and investors claiming to provide a vision for its future. This study aims to understand the complex dynamics that … Continue reading Previendo el Pasado
Rethink Athens is a European Architectural Competition organized and funded by the Onassis Foundation promoting the revitalization of the Athenian center. Undoubtedly, this is the most ambitious effort, among a series of architectural competitions on public spaces or buildings, to … Continue reading Athens # Rethink
Welcome to DHA City Karachi (DCK) # The first planned sustainable & green city of Pakistan Situated on the Karachi-Hyderabad Superhighway, 56 kilometers from the center of Karachi (the financial centre of Pakistan and a global city with an estimated … Continue reading Still D
The Momentus Project A collaborative project in which a select group of designers illustrators, and artists create visual interpretations of the most defining moments in United States history as a way of informing others of our proud, yet sometimes troubled … Continue reading The Momentus Project