Savage Architecture

By Dogma

Savage Architecture is an architecture that rejects the domestic man, refusing to impose the power of reason over his animal, instead it is a symbolic and vital element; a project that imagines forms, mechanisms and narratives to expose the irreducible dichotomy of mankind – framing the violence inherent in human relationships.

Savage Architecture is, at its core, the difficult yet necessary achievement of a field of tensions between control and freedom, narrative and technology, individual expression and collective rituals.

Milan, 2016, 15x21cm, 86pp. illustrated, Paperback.

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