Category Archives: Books/ Research

On Photography, Susan Sontag

Sontag (1979) talks in the chapter called Plato’s Cave about when the inventory stared from 1893 and how everything seems to have been photographed since then and how humanity still seems to be in Plato’s cave. The photography teaches us

On Photography, Susan Sontag

Sontag (1979) talks in the chapter called Plato’s Cave about when the inventory stared from 1893 and how everything seems to have been photographed since then and how humanity still seems to be in Plato’s cave. The photography teaches us

The language of the cities

Hosken(1968) explores the nature of the city by explaining the hidden language of urban areas and showing the people how to look at it. By knowing the language of the city we are then able to understand the function, design

The language of the cities

Hosken(1968) explores the nature of the city by explaining the hidden language of urban areas and showing the people how to look at it. By knowing the language of the city we are then able to understand the function, design

“Wow that’s so postcard!”

Defining visual consumption (how is it that visitors and local people experience a place): The difference between land and landscape: First, there is land, which represents the land as a physical and tangible resource.Then there is the notion of landscape,

“Wow that’s so postcard!”

Defining visual consumption (how is it that visitors and local people experience a place): The difference between land and landscape: First, there is land, which represents the land as a physical and tangible resource.Then there is the notion of landscape,

Defining travel

The history of travel dates back to the early epochs of Man. From trading ventures, tourist traffic in ancient Rome, pilgrimages to voyages of discovery and journeys to spas up to present-day tourism. Travelling cannot only be defined as routes, means of transport and destination

Defining travel

The history of travel dates back to the early epochs of Man. From trading ventures, tourist traffic in ancient Rome, pilgrimages to voyages of discovery and journeys to spas up to present-day tourism. Travelling cannot only be defined as routes, means of transport and destination

A natural history of the senses.

Ackerman (1992)  focuses on five senses in her book: sight, hearing, taste, smell and touch concluding with an epilog about synesthesia. The author combines her knowledge with scientific explanations and with personal experiences in an effort to encourage people to

A natural history of the senses.

Ackerman (1992)  focuses on five senses in her book: sight, hearing, taste, smell and touch concluding with an epilog about synesthesia. The author combines her knowledge with scientific explanations and with personal experiences in an effort to encourage people to

Great book/ Sense of the City: An Alternative Approach to Urbanism

Sense of the City: An Alternative Approach to Urbanism by Lars Muller Publishers is a book that relates a lot to my project. It’s a book that explores the urban city by making use of our sensorial perception. Challenging the

Great book/ Sense of the City: An Alternative Approach to Urbanism

Sense of the City: An Alternative Approach to Urbanism by Lars Muller Publishers is a book that relates a lot to my project. It’s a book that explores the urban city by making use of our sensorial perception. Challenging the

Reading. About research and the development of the project.

My research started with the exploration of senses in general, about what they mean and how they work. An in depth exploration of how our senses affect our daily decisions, what is their role in one’s life and how they

Reading. About research and the development of the project.

My research started with the exploration of senses in general, about what they mean and how they work. An in depth exploration of how our senses affect our daily decisions, what is their role in one’s life and how they