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Learning through Ritual
(Centre for Education in the Built Environment, 2007-04)
This paper considers how mitate, the act of drawing an analogy between two seemingly unrelated things, was used to give students a ‘way in’ to designing an addition to the main hall of a Shinto Shrine in Japan. The challenge ...
Redefining the Edge
En (edge) is a distinguishing feature of traditional Japanese architecture; simultaneously inside and outside, the multi-layered external envelope performs a multiplicity of functions and embodies indigenous aesthetic and ...
(Arts Council England, 2006)
(Uclan Dept of Historical and Theoretical Studies, 2007)
Kurl up 'n' dye
(Wild Pansy Press, Leeds, 2006-09)
Shear Class: a visual ethnography of the British hair salon
In his book The Ongoing Moment, the English writer Geoff Dyer (2005) draws out some of the common themes that have concerned photographers over the last century. His focus is the documentary tradition, primarily American, ...