Geometric Taxonomy

Geometric Taxonomy

Geometric Taxonomy gets closer to the geometries of Carlos Ferrater and OAB that are present in timeless architecture, those that are explicit in the great treatises, those that dazzled us with “the correct and magnificent wise play of forms under the light”, the elemental forms that inspired modernity a hundred years ago.

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