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Steve Keats

Steve Keats

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  • Comment on: Little map of horrors

    Steve Keats's comment 29-Mar-2012 7:53 pm

    Just read Yaneva's book - I think Tim Abrahams has failed to grasp that this is a book about new methodology in architectural research, not an exercise on architectural journalism. The Olympics, the Sydney Opera House are merely used to illustrate the method, while the book is not a "quest to find the truth" about any of these examples. Abrahams' review does not do justice to a truly new way of understanding architecture in the making and I am slightly concerned of a possible conflict of interest, keeping in mind his forthcoming publication on the Olympic Park.

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