JUERGEN MAYER H

45° During the 1970s, the time of my childhood, there seemed to be a common agreement between international architects to introduce the 45° angle on most corners of a building; as detail, as mega form and as ornament, – anglobal

JUERGEN MAYER H

45° During the 1970s, the time of my childhood, there seemed to be a common agreement between international architects to introduce the 45° angle on most corners of a building; as detail, as mega form and as ornament, – anglobal

EVA FRANCH

Time, as progress, is an illusion. Instead of time I rather speak of History. One needs to be able to learn history in order not to repeat it, and in that learning there is always a transformation. There are three

EVA FRANCH

Time, as progress, is an illusion. Instead of time I rather speak of History. One needs to be able to learn history in order not to repeat it, and in that learning there is always a transformation. There are three

EDOUARD SALIER

Why do we spend so much time wondering about the future? Because we are anxious and we do not know how to enjoy the present. What is the future, anyway? it’ s already the past. Could the future be hidden

EDOUARD SALIER

Why do we spend so much time wondering about the future? Because we are anxious and we do not know how to enjoy the present. What is the future, anyway? it’ s already the past. Could the future be hidden

FRANCESCO GATTI

From a physical point of view and so for the 99% relative to the model of reality in which we think we live, the past and the future can be travelled back and forth in the same way as we

FRANCESCO GATTI

From a physical point of view and so for the 99% relative to the model of reality in which we think we live, the past and the future can be travelled back and forth in the same way as we

NICOLA TWILLEY

We live in the past, if only by 80 milliseconds. So when we talk about futures — which we should always do in the plural form — we’re telling stories that allow us to expand our understanding of what our

NICOLA TWILLEY

We live in the past, if only by 80 milliseconds. So when we talk about futures — which we should always do in the plural form — we’re telling stories that allow us to expand our understanding of what our

ALESSANDRO ORSINI

“Panta rei”, Heraclitus would say, “Everything Flows”, When I think about the future, that instant is already the past, and has evolved into something else, perhaps the present. Time is a key element of perception. Our life experiences are pure

ALESSANDRO ORSINI

“Panta rei”, Heraclitus would say, “Everything Flows”, When I think about the future, that instant is already the past, and has evolved into something else, perhaps the present. Time is a key element of perception. Our life experiences are pure

BEN VAN BERKEL

Creative professions as a rule demand a thorough understanding of that which has come before, most essentially in order to innovate rather than to repeat. The past does of course provide a spring-board towards the future and as such forms

BEN VAN BERKEL

Creative professions as a rule demand a thorough understanding of that which has come before, most essentially in order to innovate rather than to repeat. The past does of course provide a spring-board towards the future and as such forms