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see more open website in same window AAAARG.ORG

A huge library of texts old and new, access by free login.

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see more open website in same window architecture + philosophy

Typically held at RMIT Building 8, these talks provide an, “opportunity for a space of exchange between the two disciplines” [of architecture and philosophy].

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see more open website in same window Architexturez: South Asia

Architexturez is a huge Indian site that, “relies on international, multi-lingual participation and networking to build perceptions complex and contradictory.

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see more open website in same window Austerica

Robin Boyd’s Austerica essay, as it first appeared in The Age in September 1957.

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see more open website in same window Bad Subjects: Street Protest Architecture - Dissent Space in Australia

Gregory Cowan writes about protest structures.

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see more open website in same window Charles Jencks' Jumping Universe

charles jencks – in this transcript of a Radio National interview, Jencks explains his “jumping universe” and discusses Federation Square, Piano and computers in architecture.

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see more open website in same window Cloud Cuckoo Land

Occasional german architectural journal with a new theme each year.

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see more open website in same window Criticism

Is architecture criticism still architecture criticism? an Urban Omnibus series of essays on the state of architectural criticism.

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see more open website in same window cTheory

Now edited by Arthur and Marilouise Kroker – essays, articles and multimedia.

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see more open website in same window Design Philosophy Papers

The current issue only is freely available online.

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see more open website in same window Form Follows WHAT? History and critique of the form follows function formula

Jan Michl from Norway examines the history of that over-quoted phrase and then analyses it.

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see more open website in same window Fractal Architecture

The acceleration of computing speeds has made the rendering of complex fractal geometries a lot easier, as this site demonstrates.

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see more open website in same window Fractals and Fractal Architecture

A 2003 essay by Wolfgang E.

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see more open website in same window Future City

Essay by Frederic Jameson (2003).

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see more open website in same window George W. Hart

Meet George Hart, geometric genius, mathematician and sculptor, and see his fine works – I think I like the SNARL series the most so far, though “Gonads of the Rich and Famous” gets my gong for naming.

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see more open website in same window Grey Room

MIT’s architecture journal.

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see more open website in same window Harvard Design Magazine

Good meaty articles – most from each issue are available on site.

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see more open website in same window In the Cause of Architecture

Here’s a trove of archived essays at Architectural Record, including spiels by Sullivan, Corb, Alexander, Gropius, and Mumford, among others – some very good reads.

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see more open website in same window Joseph Clarke

An architectural writer at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (a what??) maintains this meaty blog about Manhattan and architectural theory and history.

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see more open website in same window Kant’s Aesthetics: Tattoos, Architecture, and Gender-Bending

Essay by Tom Leddy – an appraisal of Immanuel Kant’s free vs.

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