Monday, March 06, 2006

Architecture is perceived unconsciously and in passing, distractedly and through collective." The reception of architecture takes place tactilely through use and optically through perception, in both cases, however, it occurs less "by way of attention than by way of habit.. less in alertness than in passing." Architecture remains bound to everyday life situations-- indeed, it fulfills its task best of all in "invisible" self-evidence.-- magazine, "the everyday architecture" or smthg like that