26 May

1434 death of Pieter Appelmans

1472 Giuliano da Maiano began the cathedral of Faenza

1735 birth of Caspar Frederik Harsdorf

work on Acropolis Q
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Gooding House and Bye House comparison and contrast
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Gooding House and Altes Museum comparison and contrast
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continued work
1997.05.26     2278 5310i

Inspiration XIV
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Re: Cyberspace and Architecture
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Re: interview 2.1a
1999.05.26 08:16     3784d
1999.05.26 22:46     3303f

Re: interview 2.2a
1999.05.26 08:45     3716c 4401b

reading Architecture and Civilization
2001.05.26 12:42     4015m 4016j

2001.05.26     3303f 3770e 3791b

Re: Virtual Architecture and Art?
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first major African American architect, etc.
2004.05.26 11:35     3728g

the ethics of parametricism/emergent architectural thought and reification
2012.05.26 14:38     2368 3705r 3710f 3735c 3791f

26 May
2013.05.26 14:27     3303f 3750m

New photos of E. Fay Jones' Thorncrown Chapel unveiled to mark 35th anniversary
2015.05.26 08:47     3310w 374ae 3773r
2015.05.26 09:46     3310w 374ae
2015.05.26 12:35     3310w 374ae 3773r
2015.05.26 13:54     3310x 3742

They're promising us jetpacks again (and deeper basements)
2015.05.26 21:29     3310x

“Technology is a cruel tool" -Peter Eisenman
2016.05.26 15:24     3314f
2016.05.26 17:49     3314f
2016.05.26 17:59     3314f

2012.05.26 14:38
the ethics of parametricism/emergent architectural thought and reification
from wikipedia:
Transhumanists engage in interdisciplinary approaches to understanding and evaluating possibilities for overcoming biological limitations. They draw on futurology and various fields of ethics such as bioethics, infoethics, nanoethics, neuroethics, roboethics, and technoethics mainly but not exclusively from a philosophically utilitarian, socially progressive, politically and economically liberal perspective. Unlike many philosophers, social critics, and activists who place a moral value on preservation of natural systems, transhumanists see the very concept of the specifically "natural" as problematically nebulous at best, and an obstacle to progress at worst. In keeping with this, many prominent transhumanist advocates refer to transhumanism's critics on the political right and left jointly as "bioconservatives" or "bioluddites"...
I wonder what an Institute of Transhumanism looks like. Not like this exactly because this is a Stoner Food Restaurant:

1998.05.26 23:12
Re: Cyberspace and Architecture
An additional way to look at the "architecture" of cyberspace is as a kind of parallel existence to the real world.

Maybe it looks like this:

Or maybe like this:

Anyway, I think a transhumanist cemetery, called Multiple Choice Loins, looks like this:

13052601 Dresdner Bank plan

14052601 Palais House 10: Museum plan 22002 context
14052602 Wave Wall House 1 plan 22002 context




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