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On Growth and Form

      In the chapter we read from the book “On Growth and Form”, D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson analyzes the study of the form of nature primarily with descriptive methods and later in an analytical way, mathematically described and represented by mathematical formulas and coordinate systems. The analysis of the forms by mathematical description are [...]

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The Conditioned Outdoor Room

Rene Magritte Introducing the text with the question “Can we really retreat into self-contained boxes without losing something of the essence of being human?”, the author leads us to reflect on the use of open spaces in contemporary life, thus how climate influences the use of these spaces and interpersonal relationships. Humankind cannot establish good [...]

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