“The architect that creates the most expressive ambiguity between the architectural plan and the map seems to be Enric Miralles (1955-2000).” (…)
“One might even argue that his built architecture is paradoxically serving the plan rather than the usual opposite”. (…)
“Following this intuition, this would probably be what makes Miralles’ (along with his successive partners, Carme Pinós then Benedetta Tagliabue) architecture so unique: his buildings are the retroactive representation of the plan when every other buildings are the represented object of their plans.”
The Funambulist about Miralles. Full text here.
Operative Drawing I, Miralles. by Carl Douglas on Diffusive Architecture.
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