The perfect book to read in the bathroom if you’re a designer

the metapolis dictionary of advanced architecture

With definitions for words like negotiate: Today, the architectural project is not designed, but negotiated... and Net, the: The net is where fragments are seized, and where the rest is assiduous. The net also encompasses the roads, the paths that are crossed, the vegetation that surrounds them, the earth that buries them. in the book the metapolis dictionary of advanced architecture, it’s hard to argue that this is the perfect book to read in the bathroom if you’re a designer. That’s why I had to pick it up tonight at the Strand while walking home.

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  • litherland

    Duly noted.

  • http://www.areacodeinc.com slavin

    Hunh — is this worth picking up? It’s $40 on Amazon and I can’t tell if it’s any good.

  • http://designnotes.info/ michael

    As a reference where I can open a page randomly, read a couple citations and get an idea I think it works nicely – as an authoritative dictionary like Websters it is not. I probably won’t read it from cover to cover, but if you have S,M,L,XL it’s a good addition.