Pulse, Code, Modulation by Kamal Spilsted

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"A postmodernist attempt at deconstructing the distinction between architecture and building, Pulse, Code, Modulation makes for challenging reading...It succeeds in engaging with (albeit without always coherently articulating) some very big ideas. At its best, though, it reads like a promising student’s unfinished dissertation."
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This book was compiled due to a request from a university lecturer at Brighton University in the year which I think was 1998. I was at that time a student studying interior architecture, and the request until now was never complete as I was never very good at meeting deadlines, much to my detriment. Anyway, the question that was given to me was the difference between architecture and building—a question that at that time I was unable to answer and still can’t. However, in order to answer this question, I embarked on a journey of research into the realms of architectural philosophy and writings, which took many years as the more I read, the more confused I became.
 

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Published November 19, 2014 by AuthorHouse. 70 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography. Non-fiction
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Below average
on Mar 16 2015

"A postmodernist attempt at deconstructing the distinction between architecture and building, Pulse, Code, Modulation makes for challenging reading...It succeeds in engaging with (albeit without always coherently articulating) some very big ideas. At its best, though, it reads like a promising student’s unfinished dissertation."

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