A weekend home in Nasu, Japan completed in 2010 by Kazunori Fujimoto. Located immediately adjacent to a heavily traveled tourist road, and closely neighbored by dozens of suburban homes, the main design objective was to provide the clients with a private space separated from their surroundings.
“No matter how big and tough a problem may be, get rid of confusion by taking one little step towards solution. Do something. Then try again. At the worst, so long as you don’t do it the same way twice, you will eventually use up all the wrong ways of doing it and thus the next try will be the right one.”—George F. Nordenhold (via julie911)
This video was captured live via mobile phone just a few hours ago during Friday prayers in Tahrir Square, Cairo.
The imam is calling out, saying we want freedom… and no more than that. This speaks to almost every Arab. I can’t be the judge Hosni Mubarak or anyone else for that matter, but I can certainly pray for better.