The subject is the human imagination--and the mysterious interplay between the imagination and the spaces it has made for itself to live in: gardens, rooms, buildings, streets, museums and maps, fictional topographies, and architectures. The book is a lesson in seeing and sensing the manifold forms created by the mind for its own pleasure.
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Review: Eccentric SpacesUser Review - Katelis Viglas - Goodreads
This is a book waving between realities and dreaming. Are included a lot of mainly architectural dreams; of Gardens, Sanctums, Cities, Museums, Streets, Monuments, Churches, Castles, Stations ... Read full review
Review: Eccentric SpacesUser Review - Whitney - Goodreads
This book was very close to going on the "abandoned" shelf - just a few too many references I didn't get (although they were very rewarding when I did) - a little too much like name-dropping when you ... Read full review