Wednesday, October 06, 2010

Chris the blind architect

“The interesting riddle for me, then, is: if you take sight out of the equation, what makes for good architecture?” Chris Downey, who finds blindness simply a new credential in the making of architecture.

The drawings remind me of Jacques Rousseau's drawings from his Rome Studio, drawn with a stylus, dented into watercolour paper and only visible in side light. Beautiful.


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