Tuesday, November 3, 2009

more rose

Another relevant quotes about Mr Rose from the article Bioclimatic lessons from James C. Rose's architecture by AM Vissilia:

"[Rose] points out that no single word exists in the English language which describes the concept of landscape with shelter included, or the house and garden as one. He wrote in 1958, "with such a word we might build a whole community of space sculpture with shelter, instead of houses with gardens. It might even spread to cities, the fusion idea, and then we would have a lot of people going from one place to another and carrying on their business and living in the midst of nature."

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