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Nigel Reading

Nigel Reading

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  • Comment on: Triumphant Heatherwick sets Games alight: plans, models and reaction

    Nigel Reading's comment 4-Aug-2012 8:31 am

    Sublime...here's why the "moment," the temporal, optimal and analogical is our new, disruptive paradigm for how nature designs herself: http://asynsis.wordpress.com Nigel Anthony Reading RIBA Design Director ASYNSIS Ideas Realised Shanghai Hong Kong London asynsis.com asynsis.wordpress.com

  • Comment on: Paul Finch: 'Treat Olympic designers with the courtesy and credit they are due'

    Nigel Reading's comment 4-Aug-2012 8:18 am

    Fair play indeed. Suggest Danny Boyle adds an inner "Matisse Dancers" legacy-circle of the responsible architects around the cauldron for the closing ceremony. Perhaps dressed as models of their respective buildings for a bit more of DB's "daring, genius, creative" GB fun? That's the kind of intelligent, assertive, pro-actively asymmetric, paradigm-shifting, disruptive and principled leadership we need. You should be appointed EMAP Editor-in-Chief for life. Well done Paul! Nigel Anthony Reading RIBA Design Director ASYNSIS Ideas Realised Shanghai Hong Kong London asynsis.com asynsis.wordpress.com

  • Comment on: DC CABE and Moylan join RIBA in battle against Olympic marketing ban

    Nigel Reading's comment 4-Aug-2012 8:10 am

    That's the kind of intelligent, assertive, pro-actively asymmetric, paradigm-shifting, disruptive and principled leadership we need. You should be appointed RIBA President for life. Well done Angela! Nigel Anthony Reading RIBA Design Director ASYNSIS Ideas Realised Shanghai Hong Kong London asynsis.com asynsis.wordpress.com

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