Book_Learning from Las Vegas, Revised Edition

“Learning from the existing landscape,” Venturi, Scott Brown, and Izenour begins, “is a way of being revolutionary for an architect.” Perhaps more than anything else, the research methods pioneered in Learning from Las Vegas have changed the way architects practice and study, recasting quotidian landscapes as objects to be analysed rather than ignored or denigrated. “Withholding judgment may be used as a tool to make later judgments more sensitive,” they write. “This is a way of learning from everything.”

Learning From Las Vegas, Revised Edition– The Forgotten Symbolism of Architectural Form

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Every word on the Strip – from Learning From Las Vegas | On & Off the Grid

 

 

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