Domus - - CONTENTS - Michele De Lucchi

The spread of hu­mans on Earth re­calls the in­va­sion of a pow­er­ful bac­terium that has pro­lif­er­ated on the planet’s crust. Just as bac­te­ria con­tam­i­nate and are equally con­tam­i­nated, hu­mans are sub­jected to a con­tin­ual trans­fer of in­for­ma­tion, knowl­edge, hy­pothe­ses and con­vic­tions. This is par­tic­u­larly ev­i­dent in the creative pro­fes­sions and es­pe­cially in ar­chi­tec­ture, where ideas orig­i­nate, ma­ture and per­ish in a con­stant flurry of hy­bridis­tions.

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