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Open Hand Sculpture, Le Corbusier

Open Hand Sculpture, Le Corbusier

Architecture, Death, and Dying  http://blog.ted.com/2015/02/06/the-architecture-of-death-ted-fellow-alison-killing-rethinks-design-for-the-dying/

Architecture, Death, and Dying http://blog.ted.com/2015/02/06/the-architecture-of-death-ted-fellow-alison-killing-rethinks-design-for-the-dying/

Alison Killing thinks a lot about death ... and specifically, how its ubiquitous, hidden presence shapes our cities. In Death in Venice, her June 2014 exhibition on the topic, Killing mapped London...

Alison Killing thinks a lot about death ... and specifically, how its ubiquitous, hidden presence shapes our cities. In Death in Venice, her June 2014 exhibition on the topic, Killing mapped London...

'Radically rethinking the architecture of death' - great blog post and concept (image: SKY LIGHT by Juan Isaza) #design #death

'Radically rethinking the architecture of death' - great blog post and concept (image: SKY LIGHT by Juan Isaza) #design #death

Daniel Johnson, USF School of Architecture, Class of 2012 Thesis: “The Architecture of Death: A Study of Thanantological Space & Mnemonic Ritualization” - Spring 2012, Prof. Nancy Sanders Analytical Site Model: The Cavalcade Necropolis & The Sequence of Generational Memory

Daniel Johnson, USF School of Architecture, Class of 2012 Thesis: “The Architecture of Death: A Study of Thanantological Space & Mnemonic Ritualization” - Spring 2012, Prof. Nancy Sanders Analytical Site Model: The Cavalcade Necropolis & The Sequence of Generational Memory

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