European Union, architecture and politics, part to whole, cultural identity, collective vs individual
"How does Europe represent its idealized form as a whole... and is flexible enough to represent its changing interests? By organizing these functions through their identities, a legibile yet changing whole emerges.
How does Europe represent its idealized form as a whole... that distinguishes itself within its urban position, and is flexible enough to represent ies changing interests? By shaping its identifiable image into a clear form, a legible yet changing whole emerges."
How does Europe represent its idealized form as a whole... that participates in the public realm, awhile maintaining the identities of its parts? By conforming its idealized image to the urban block, a whole emerges that presents a singular image and allows for individual representation, resulting in a flexible identity of both the whole and its parts."
Doyle, Ryan A., "Euro" (2009). Architecture Senior Theses. Paper 125.
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