An Architectural word association game in 7 parts. Set in Benjamins Gothic.
In FAT architecture’s museum of copying, and the villa rotunda, Ines Weizman’s “Repeat Yourself”: Loos, Law and the Culture of the Copy researches the significance of copyright on architecture, using legal disputes around the ownership of Loos’ archive and work as a test case.
We’re off early to the British Pavillion to meet with and speak to some of the Architects, who’ll be seeing the pavilion for the first time. Follow the twitter feed for more information. The Common Ground signage is in evidence everywhere you look round here, and this ‘homage’ is taken from the street signs near where we stay. Eye magazine recently featured a really good interview with the designer, John Morgan.
Furniture appears, outside flat @venicetakeaway http://t.co/zUq15Dvy7 years ago