''Garaicoa is analytical and critical in his approach to architectural theory and practice, seeing architectural reality as being, all too frequently, a hegemonic or totalitarian imposition rather than a democratic creation''
. . . . the I.T. arts guy
great, another dragon slayer
'architectural reality is, all too frequently, a hegemonic or totalitarian imposition'
. . . a bit less frequently now that Ceausescu's been dead more than twenty years I would have thought.
I think architectural reality is, all too frequently, a banal speculative imposition, so I suspect our Cuban friend may be shooting at the wrong target.