blogging for life!
01.jpg

MONOUNI

New Making

Posts in Complexity
85 Complexities

WE CAN ESSENTIALLY SEE THE CITY AS A GUMBO, HOTPOT OR STEW. IF WE LIKE WHAT WE FIND, WE STAY, AND IF WE DO NOT WE LEAVE PROMPTLY, PEOPLES BEHAVIOUR CAN BE ALTRUISTIC AT THE BEST OF TIMES. THEREFORE HOW DO WE GO ABOUT MAKING SIMPLICITY, WE KEEP STIRRING AND ADDING TO THE POT UNTIL IT IS TASTY!

Read More
68 Architect

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
64 Anthropology

"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
55 Buildings

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
26 Complexity

Madness is unworthy, because dishonourable dignification of anger only leads to a lack of sequence in grammatical forms; instead of sentencing.  A sentence in verb, adjective, noun, becomes a Z equation of three dimensions however less or more profound in its graceful move, over ground, above and straight towards you.

Read More
20 Continuum

‘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
13 Ornament

Rousseau’s Social Contract begins with: ‘man is born free but everywhere is in chains.’[1]  Man requires a return to nature from where he was born.  A return to democracy to where he will go, but the ‘right of the strongest’[2] means we must first better understand his future free of chains in an understated realm the design of today, and free of mediocrity.

Read More