Architecture and social media share a way of being understood as neutral things – their social production being obscured.
A post exploring changes in the words used to talk about education e.g. the shift from “classroom” to “learning space”.
As a student of architecture and education you have all the fun and none of the responsibilities of the professional … More
Walls* are breaks (Vesely, 2013). They break into established categories of meaning and space and make new ones. They do … More
Our interactions with Google search results appear to contribute to the fetishization of Architecture as big white ribbed structures. This post explores why.
In which Marie, a 12-year-old student, explains how large, open-plan spaces feel claustrophobic.