2015. 23 x 29,7 cm, softcover
176 pages, 94 illustrations
25.00 CHF / 25.00 EUR
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Lust needs rehabilitation as architecture not only entails what can be described as deliberate and cultivated, but a form of thought that accedes to human complexity. Humaneness is achieved by doing what is intuitively right and subsequently imprecise. To be spontaneous is to lust. If in lust lies the potential to exceed the limits of the normative, it could lead the way to overcoming a rationale driven by logic, in favour of an attitude that goes beyond intellectual thought. Let the spectacular warm the throne that grew cold under the derrières of logic and reason. In the rift between responsibility and reverie we propose renegotiating the territory between sense and sensibility.