Futureless was published in the University of Oregon'sKTISMA - Issue 2: Appropriate Interface on June 1st, 2012. KTISMAjournal is a student run publication at the University of Oregon’s Department of Architecture. The journal is meant to serve as afocused forum of discussion about environments; how they are created, imagined, interpreted, presented, and questioned. Each issue of KTISMA is a platform for the conversations within the school to provoke a discourse at large.
Written by the partners of LIONarchitecture, Futureless is a lexicon in essay form aimed at reorienting our disrupted experience with the world and beyond. Similar to the concepts of archetypes, the words that constitute this lexicon permeate through all aspects of the world around us. Releasing the constraints of both era and zeitgeist, Futureless is a gathering of timelessness that may lend itself to an alternative way of designing, constructing, and experiencing 'appropriate interface'.
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