Anne Robinson, Karen Saxby
This book opens many questions. Can architectural research still be eros towards study, the deepening of its principles? Can a temporary, ephemeral, mutant building, a minimal set-up be the privileged place of our attention? And, can we with the enchantment of micro visions of nature see other geometries and transform them into constructive, geometric, material, modular genetic codes for a vision of architecture? Finding freedom is a first, experimental response of the author.