Publication Log 3

Conversation with Alejandro Zaera-Polo, Log 3

“AZP> I think we are interested in consistency in its most general sense. Probably this is a reaction to the architectural culture where we were educated, which was more interested in questions of fragmentation, disjunction, and juxtaposition … I believe that consistency – on a political, social and cultural level – has become a paradigmatic problem of our time. And geometry plays a primary role in establishing consistency across spatial domains at every scale. We would claim that geometry is related to the specific and to the solution of specific questions, but always as an argument of consistency with larger domains.”  Excerpt

Log 3, Fall 2004, includes essays also by Francesco Dal Co, Kurt Forster, Sylvia Lavin, R. E. Somol