Belvedere is series of experiments and research on whether forces, in relation with natural elements, can generate space. It is a process by which the small acts of individuals are studied and taken care of, so they by ordinary actions of nature – wind and water (ice) on one hand, feathers on the other – and not by decision or predicated by a plan, create space. It is a fresh approach to architecture and making of structures, and it intends to provide a com-plete working alternative to our present ideas about architecture, building and forming – an alternative which will, I hope, gradually lead to ways of thinking that will modify current ideas and practices.
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