Thumbing the office copy of Christopher Alexander’s Pattern Language recently, I was struck by how many of his ideas center on the idea of diversity in design. Alexander argues against homogeneity at every scale, from that of room furnishings to the design of cities. He’s so right. Our homes, offices, public places and urban landscapes all […]
For New Year’s Eve, consider the sum of our lives – an afterlife spent re-visiting all the moments of life re-sorted according to type.