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SEVEN LESSONS ON ARCHITECTURAL MORPHOGENESIS It is the author’s fourth extensive book on drawings in architectural design. It follows the Thought Palaces (1999), Thinkink (2010) and Urban Innuendoes (2013). All these books favored drawings as compared to text, but this book has no written text at all (with the exception of the acknowledgements and the contents page). Its motto is: drawings speak in many tongues, they form the text of this book. It contains seven architectural projects, all designed by the author, and with one exception, they are all international competitions about complex and significant public buildings. None of his winning projects are among them, because the purpose of the book is to provide insights related to the secrets of the intuitive and rational process of the thoughts to matter transformation. All the freehand ink drawings are made by the author, using the “spaceprints” method. Visit the short video:

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