About the Book
"Architecture requires experience and experience requires time; therefore, if we do not have time or we do not choose to experience, we do not have architecture."
(economy paper - see standard paper here: http://au.blurb.com/b/7441312-friction-of-entanglement)
Table of Contents
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Introduction to Entanglement
Entanglement and Thesis
Friction (conceptual charrette)
What and When is Architecture?
Everything is Architecture (Hans Hollein)
Meditation at Lagunitas (Robert Hass)
Meditation in Entanglement
The User (a personal anecdote)
Chronological Library (charrette)
When is Architecture No Longer Architecture?
The Future of Architecture
The Elements of Friction
Physical + Mental Friction
An Experiment (lobby pin up #1)
The Experience of Slowing (stargazing in the city)
Entanglement Experience (a collaged journey)