Exploring further the contents of NESS 1, this editorial bravely questions architects and thinkers: discussing photography and its role in documenting architecture, reflecting on the aesthetics, or lack thereof, in contemporary representation, imagining the type as a vehicle for ideas, and exchanging views on curating in architecture.
An extract of a compelling conversation on photography and architecture.
A glimpse into their conversation on contemporary aesthetics.
A conversation circling around issues on the vernacular and typology.
Uncomfortable afterthoughts on continuity, autonomy, and history.
A shift from one scale to the other with subtle sophistication.