Monday, June 20, 2011

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Every so often, I receive a notice about a new comment made on Mr Hatherley's excellent Dialectic of High-Tech post, from the beginning of last year. These comments usually make little sense.

The two most recent were written by hotels in Europe. This pleases me. Buildings should have a voice about architecture. Hotels are among the most neglected and marginalised of public buildings, rarely featuring in professional architectural magazines or awarded prizes. It is good that they can talk, even if what they are saying remains elusive. Still, we should listen. As the Hotels in Munich remind us, how can we communicate?

Architecture in Helsinki is a modernist pop group from Australia. The hipsters heard about them long before you did.

Bonus architecture for Frances: here is a waste-to-energy power plant in Denmark that blows smoke rings and has a ski slope.

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