Porta Termini: A House for Fourteen Thousand Pilgrims. It is not a housing project, but the provision of the most basic form of habitation. It requires an architecture of the anti-everyday. One that stands in opposition to, and confronts the familiar.
Occupying and connecting. Frei Otto. The image above by Otto supports his argument that human spontaneous networks of urbanity follow similar patterns to ones formed in nature through the structures of leaves, insect colonies or soap bubbles.