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The Felt Objects Pamphlet: An Architectural Love Story

The Felt Objects Pamphlet: An Architectural Love Story

Two characters, Vernacular (V) and Modern (M) constructions, live in a fantastical universe in harmony. They find proximity next to each other, and a relationship occurs between them. Their physical (architectural components, or elements) and mental (genius loci, or spirit of the place) capacities intertwine. At a certain point, a will to power emerges and stirs the calmness that previously existed: M starts to over-embrace V and the latter suffocates. V starts, then, to look for a way out of the relationship. After several trials, a “heterotopic escape” succeeds. The relationship is broken, and V searches for a new adventure elsewhere, looking for beauty. Once the new journey ends, V comes back to M, with a new and twisted approach towards their relationship.

Chapter 1- Living in Harmony
Chapter 2- Different Geometries
Chapter 3- The Architectural Enclosure
Chapter 4- The Entrapment Experience
Chapter 5- The Escape
Chapter 6- A Satisfying Architectural Relationship
Chapter 7- Revisiting the Distress
Chapter 8- The Uncertain Reconciliation
Chapter 9- Defying Gravity
Chapter 10- Generating Disorder
Chapter 11- The Fade Away

  • ISBN

    9786148016042
  • Title

    The Felt Objects Pamphlet: An Architectural Love Story
  • Author

    Issam S. Chemaly
  • Publisher

    Cartoonz Publishing
  • Publication year

    2020
  • Language

    English

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Cite: "The Felt Objects Pamphlet: An Architectural Love Story" 15 Jul 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/944728/the-felt-objects-pamphlet-an-architectural-love-story> ISSN 0719-8884

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