Open Source.
Open Score.
The dot and dash.
Picture a chair.
Picture the bend of the Adour.
Picture the mountains of Salamanca at seven in the morning.
Picture the pink of sunset.
Picture a piano.
Picture an arrangement of white peonies.
Picture flat pillows.
Picture a tall shoe.
Picture walking in sandals in Ostuni.
Picture a chair.
It is always changing.
Chairs Beyond Right and Wrong.
A chair in a room.
It fragments, partitions.
Offers a script. A framing. A material.
It paces the real with the flow of words.
Regardless of noise, it shapes the landscape around it.
It does not have a specific place.
It leans away in the wind.
It has order.
Its boundaries are not fixed.
A song. A construct.
Fields, the cornered ways of cities—
Vertical speech.
We live in glass houses.
Our vitric surroundings.
Transparent.
Reflective.
Putting images outside. In space of what’s inside.
Everything’s as multiplied as we are.
A room that commands.
A room that tells a story.
A room that defines.
A room that quotes.
A room that shapes a medium.
It affects other things.
There is no special difference between architecture and design.
They are two different stages of invention.
A series of points.
Scattered information.
Round clouds above.
Part of it may also be part of something else.
In light blue air over dark blue sea.
Reflection.
A single rose.
Some place (physical).
It does not have a specific place.