Kongganŭi-anmu sigan-soge-sara-chinŭn-konggan = Choreography of the architectural space = Choreografie des architektonischen Raumes. [Wolfgang. Get this from a library! Choreography of the Architectural Space: the Disappearance of Space in Time = Choreografie des architektonischen Raumes. [Wolfgang. Get this from a library! Choreografie des architektonischen Raumes: das Verschwinden des Raumes in der Zeit. [Wolfgang Meisenheimer;].

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But I think that the manual is the most personal choice on my list, so there is nothing wrong in objecting to it.

You read one or two choreogrfaie than lay the book aside for the next day. I architsktonischen recommend it, but that also is, as I said earlier, a very personal thing. But your opinion is very valid. If you haven’t read the “Manual” you could give it a try. Although he claims in following pages often the contradiction to his former words it is interesting to read and I mean the translation of the original and not a commented version.

So it can be even directly useful for us architects aren’t we after all the master bullshitters of all professions lawyers maybe excepted: I first fell for One Hundred Years of Solitude, but read everyone of his translated books around 15 and loved all of them.


I just finished ‘The Alchemist’ and I think its a pretty good read. Feb 3, 06 Jump- In that case you should read ‘Chaos’ by James Gleick.

Just because it was at times so utterly alien in its advice other culture, different time it made me think about different ways to form strategies and was pretty productive for me.

Choreografie des architektonischen raumes pdf

Schools School Blogs Forum. About Advertising Contact Newsletters Privacy. People Firms Blogs Forum. The book completely tries to change ones views on life itself Feb 3, 06 5: Daniel is right, though, it’s about how you take it. So here are my top ten in descending order: Most of the books that american students seem to be encouraged to read are virtually unknown in germany.

But, seriously talking about change its one hell of a book. Idea and Phenomenon, Holl 5. Although not directly quotable in my daily life it makes up a part of my unconscious day to day strategies.


I couldn’t imagine books without Garcia Marquez.

In search of new public domain Lyotard: Oana I don’t like all that Coelho writes but the alchemist and the Manual are “must haves” for me.

Studies in Tectonic Culture, Frampton 6. It’s sad that I don’t have the book with me here in the States otherwise I could give examples. It levels the playing field. Most of the mentioned books I don’t know it happens a lot here in my studies: Alice in Wonderland CJ Lim: Building Machines, McCarter 3.

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Features News Events Competitions. Jobs Talent Finder Active Employers. But that’s only a small part for me, the whole thing is by far more complex. Thanks for all the replies, that’s totally cool! Design Thinking, Rowe 7.