Lebbeus Woods: Sentricity: the unified urban field (November 30, 1988) Part 2 of 2

In a Q&A, Lebbeus Woods states he is “substituting the idea of experience for consumption.” Woods sees life in his Underground Berlin project as a return home, “going into the earth.” He discusses his interest in the “geometry of indeterminacy,” and how his thought experiments are expressed in his drawings. Woods agrees to the description of his work as morbid, and its association with mortality. He states he is an architect, not a storyteller, “even though there is a narrative description to the work.”


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