The interior spaces of our architecture should not miss the elements
that are part of a landscape.
When we think of nature wildly entering our buildings, we no longer imagine a type of nature
suited to interior spaces. On the contrary, we begin to visualize the
phenomena of the “external” landscape penetrating our spaces.
A whole range of possibilities opens up.
The changing phenomena that characterize a landscape take place in those environments
where we socialize, communicate, cultivate and escape. These phenomena will prevent
the interior spaces of our buildings from
separating and isolating us from the
beautiful, simple events that take place
in a natural environment.
The changing reflection of the water,
the sound of the rain, the vibrating shade of a tree,
the shifting position of the sun:
all of them should now
be empowered in our
Thus, water, light, and wind become
magnificent opportunities to create
a living inner landscape.
III. A WILD, ALMOST DESTRUCTIVE NATURE.
IV. CREATE INNER LANDSCAPES.
V. PALIMPSEST. THE TESTIMONY OF SCARS.
VI. WHEN SCRAPYARDS BECOME OUR
QUARRIES AND LANDFILLS OUR FORESTS.
VII. THE LEAST SOPHISTICATED ASPECT OF THE SOLUTION.
VIII. HONOUR HER (HONOUR NATURE).
IX. BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE.
X. A STRUCTURE FOR HOMO LUDENS.
XI. TELL THE STORY.
XII. MAKE ARCHITECTURE AS (IF YOU WERE) NATURE.