A huge library of texts old and new, access by free login.
Typically held at RMIT Building 8, these talks provide an, “opportunity for a space of exchange between the two disciplines” [of architecture and philosophy].
Architexturez is a huge Indian site that, “relies on international, multi-lingual participation and networking to build perceptions complex and contradictory.
Robin Boyd’s Austerica essay, as it first appeared in The Age in September 1957.
Gregory Cowan writes about protest structures.
charles jencks – in this transcript of a Radio National interview, Jencks explains his “jumping universe” and discusses Federation Square, Piano and computers in architecture.
Occasional german architectural journal with a new theme each year.
Is architecture criticism still architecture criticism? an Urban Omnibus series of essays on the state of architectural criticism.
Now edited by Arthur and Marilouise Kroker – essays, articles and multimedia.
The current issue only is freely available online.
Jan Michl from Norway examines the history of that over-quoted phrase and then analyses it.
The acceleration of computing speeds has made the rendering of complex fractal geometries a lot easier, as this site demonstrates.
A 2003 essay by Wolfgang E.
Essay by Frederic Jameson (2003).
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.
MIT’s architecture journal.
Good meaty articles – most from each issue are available on site.
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.
An architectural writer at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (a what??) maintains this meaty blog about Manhattan and architectural theory and history.
Essay by Tom Leddy – an appraisal of Immanuel Kant’s free vs.