Tag Archives: Phenomenology

The Architecture of Acts [1] and the Abstraction of Labour

Note: This is the third and last chapter of Part 1 (The Architecture of Capital), after this I will move into the political economy of architecture and the analysis of the case studies. By Patricio De Stefani Labour and Object … Continue reading

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The Artificial Order

By Patricio De Stefani Things and Objects We have asserted that there is no clear-cut distinction between man and nature, and yet there is no harmonious unity either, for what always remains is an inherent contradiction derived from their structural … Continue reading

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Seminar Presentation: Juan Borchers, Architect (1910-1975)

By Patricio De Stefani Abstract Juan Borchers was a late-modernist Chilean Architect. A humanist and theorist, throughout his life he was devoted to architectural theory and research. He was also author of significant projects and built works in Chile. During … Continue reading

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An Emancipatory Practice of Architecture? (draft)

Note: This is the first draft of an instrumental essay I have been working on since the last month. The conclusion is the pending part for the moment. I have not sorted out clearly the images yet, but I’m working on … Continue reading

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