Set adrift

Another significant summit on the trail to peak internet: a Vanlife infographic, courtesy of Mighty Goods / Into the Uncanny Valley, Susan Piedmont-Palladino at Places Journal on the conscious and unconscious choices that shape architectural presentation, and how the realm of rendering has encroached on our understanding and experience of actual buildings. It cites the work of Peter Guthrie, from where we get to the fascinating Ronen Bekerman visualization blog / the ghost of Ballard: a floating city of modular, eco-friendly pyramids is now enrolling citizens. What could possibly go wrong?

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