S P A C E || Computing

'THEY JUST...' 'Yeah, well.' 'Well, you know I can't really judge. I've been doing the same thing all day.' 'Computing?' 'Yeah.' 'I mean, if it was ten years ago, and MA and I were hanging out having our meetups on Tuesdays like we used to, all those many lovely weeks,…

3 April | SELF

IN A PAST ISSUE OF S P A C E I WROTE, 'I STAYED UP far too late last night reading a short story about loneliness.' I had no idea this topic would come to dominate a month of real life conversations on the road in Southeast Asia over the…

S P A C E || Fresh starts

THIS IS THE BEGINNING. Again. Of a new chapter. In which __ might happen. Or not. Other things that you don't expect to happen might fall into place of __. Which means, that when we start designing these new beginnings, that we have to be open to the possibility of…

Notes on Synthesis and Form

This originally appeared on our blog in 2016, and more recently, in S P A C E as a conversation-starting prompt. Amazing things came from that thread, so I wanted to share it here. Mostly for EC. AUSTRIAN-BORN architect Christopher Alexander says in Notes on Synthesis and Form, that achieving…

‘He likes duck’

‘’YOU SHOULD GO.’ ’I should! But I don’t like to do things just because of shoulda. You know that.’ ’I do. But I also know you like short films.’ ’I do! I remember getting on a train from Chiba just to go into the city to watch the Tokyo International…