Monday, September 14, 2020

Carcass vs. Aldo Rossi: Typological Necrossicism

Creating noise and writing stuff were two of my key interests from a very early age onward. Truth is that at uni teachers actually dis-encouraged me when it came to writing. As if it had ever been a good idea to talk me out of something. So here's an early text that combines nearly all of my passions: music and writing and architecture. A really early text. But it was interesting and important to me that structural approaches to composition and design transcended disciplines ...  

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Adventures into music and architecture synergies

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