Invitation to ArchiPhen

Invitation to ArchiPhen
Some Approaches and Interpretations of Phenomenology in Architecture
2010, ISBN 978-973-1997-37-7
Editors: Iris Aravot, Eran Neuman

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Iris Aravot Phenomenology as Architectural Method
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Eran Neuman The Present State of Phenomenology in Architecture
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Danit Baruch Bangkok (or a Tel-Aviv Love Song)
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Michael Asgaard Andersen Utzon's Bayview House
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Ana Paula Baltazar dos Santos Trans_Ports 2001: a Virtual Phenomenon
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Aviv Livnat Space That Sees: James Turrell (1992)
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Derya Yorgancioglu Steven Holl: A Translation of Phenomenological Philosophy into the Realm of Architecture
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Gianluca Fedi Church of Saint John Baptist in Florence (Italy - 1961-1963) Arch. Giovanni Michelucci
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Benoit Jaquet A Place of Immanence: Hiroshima's Ground Zero
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Jin Baek Empty Cross and Shintai: Tadao Ando's Church of the Light
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