In T.S. Eliot's phrase from his Four Quartets, I was 'distracted from distraction by distraction'.
(Reasons to Stay Alive, 2015)
It starts from the heart where all evil lies, and brain chemicals flying into the air to see 'OSHO' like creatures, play fighting and strangling, cutting, stabbing, and wounding. For 'I', yes 'I' have threatened a mujadean oil against a lost boy and child in hessian sack without a response but to defend the child spiritually, and find solace in an attempt to make amends the wrong way with one single spiritual awakening at my place of home. I promise no drug was taken.Read More
Method in Making Architecture.
By Florian J. Pepo.
Book to be published 2020.
‘A MODERN TREATISE ON THE BEST WAY OF MAKING BUILDINGS. THE THEORY AND CONTEXT, OF THE ORIGINS AND FUTURE OF RATIONAL ABSTRACTIONISM, AND CULTURAL IDENTITY IN ARCHITECTURE.’Read More
Creativity is without doubt all you need to be an architect, and I have it in bounds. To make spaces, through plan, elevation and section is exactly what makes me tick. There are few other vocations where one can get to grips with 3 dimensions of creative space other than sculpture and installation art.Read More
The vernacular holds gross reckoning over and beyond, tactile vestigial building. The vernacular is after all a protagonist of old; functioning, yet outdated, reasonable, but outmoded, and untouchable.Read More
"The classical view is that genes control how nutrients are broken down into important molecules, but we've shown that the opposite is true, too: how the nutrients break down affects how our genes behave," explains Dr Ralser, in the interesting commentary on Sciencedaily.com February 11th 2016, Source: University of Cambridge.Read More
Population controlRead More
MAPS IMAGE GODS LOVE.
A crowded street
Free of obstacles
A view through,
A crowded street
Free of obstacles
A view through,Read More
There are many forms of spaces within spaces, including: cupboards, shelves, draws, mouse holes, and the concept of negative and positive space, within a house. But we are not too interested in the smaller spaces, as long as they are neatly tucked in, yet a tea-pot in a kettle conjures the concept we are after. A negative space would be under a table, and a positive space would be the space on top of it for which it was purposefully built.Read More
God Imaging Faces.
What is a rose? If not a face? What is a petal? If not taste? What is kind, if not the mind? What is gentry? If not a Century ago.
What is a rose? If not a face? What is a petal? If not taste? What is kind, if not the mind? What is gentry? If not a Century ago.Read More
Places and Spaces I've been, (Byrd.D, 'Places & Spaces', 1975, Blue Note, USA), include towns, cities, the beach, but there is something majestic about the dopamine fuelled forest; expounding oxygen, and magnifying magnificent magnitudes of flight, scabrousness, furfuraceous, scurf, on the ground, and a gradual gradation grinding up the trees, and letting go of buds, seeds, caps, and leaves themselves, for the trees speak to me; and then I switch on the radio.Read More
Colloquy of detachment detailed to breathe stark blizzard storms. Racing the eye for tranquility, alien invasion. They are at once blessed and defiantly proud to be American, so iconic of where this world has gone hey wire over lost inclusion to create cheap inclusion of many. Martha I govern you, Martha I reign supreme. So effortlessly and effervescently spring like, yet only nature could overgrow mans intervention with rage, passing the buck into simple materialistic dualism. Concrete complete.Read More
It is no reprise that I am starting to miss the Winter cold for its icy nervousness into a delightful spring-told moment of dappled shades of pastel colour. I miss the Daisy's so, and the ice frost in the early months before May.Read More
Darkness is important to let the 'soul-light' recharge.Read More
Are we the people we look like?Read More
The UK sits at work like its doing something good with its time, because its of service, but we are forgetting aesthetics. Where do aesthetics lie? On TV, in a magazine, in our minds, to which we apply our homes and houses: our interiors, even if the building in which we live holds no aesthetic value. Aesthetics lie in America, yet they are colonial on a traditional level because they have very little history, but is their aesthetic right or is it just commerce? Is commerce actually a good aesthetic? Therefore it is not a traditional aesthetic.Read More
I come to find myself better in the knowledge that I can let go of things through belief. I am quoted to say 'God' is in 'I' and not in everything else, and so I am face, mind, body and soul of a Son. But allegories complete my conviction. For healing is not a parasite. Not an equality, messed in colloquial contrivance of a complex and somewhat adverse context, which really does not exist.Read More
Construction incorporates corporeal body, ethical sanity and evangelical class. There are two modes to the incorporation of rules to the construction of legitimate abstract amalgamations of ultimate construction.
1. Is to take 2 dimensional phenomena and 3 dimensionalise it.
2. Is to categorize ones thinking into amorphous fragmental forms.Read More
I have been involved in the design of large scale buildings and urban spaces since the beginning of my architectural education. This has led me to design on a large scale and in essence avoided really understanding the concepts of detail. My thinking has always been broadly based around urban concepts, object architecture, and spatial organization. There is a level of detail that is rarely touched upon in architectural education, which involves the details of construction. This scale and level of in-depth inquiry interests me a great deal, in-order to become more in tune with the tactile qualities of building.Read More
‘In this stream of the poor, the element of irresistibility, which we found so intimately connected with the original meaning of the word “revolution”, was embodied, and in its metaphoric usage it became all the more plausible as irresistibility again was connected with necessity – with the necessity which we ascribe to natural processes, not because natural science used to describe processes in terms of necessary laws, but because we experience necessity to the extent that we find ourselves, as organic bodies, subject to necessary and irresistible processes.Read More