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EDITORIAL

EPIFANIO RECOMMENDS

THE NATURE OF ARCHITECTURE
Vilen Künnapu

NOERDLINGEN
Udo Kultermann

WHAT IS DANCE?
Eve Apro, Aharona Israel

HARRY PYE’s POSTCARD FROM LONDON
Harry Pye

THEATRE IS REALITY, FILM IS ILLUSION
Juhan Ulfsak

MY LIBRARY
Harry Charrington

FASHION AND LIFE
Reet Ragini Aus

ILLUMINATING THE SHADOW WITHOUT DAZZLING IT
Maxime Stoecker

INTERVIEW WITH URSULA LIBLIKAS

PAINTINGS BY GUY ALLOTT

TEAM

My Library

My library is a pleasure at the moment - old books (some of which I have yet to read) at our summer place near Fiskars in Finland. An old worker’s flat in a log house built by a steelworks by the river. (There are a few books bought with me from England ‘for work’ - which I am shying away from at present). For now these are what I read on the sofa by the open window.

  • Goethe – Italian Journey.
  • Eva Hoffmann – Lost in Translation. Not the film, but her story of emigration.
  • Simenon – countless old Maigret novels in old green Penguin paperback covers.
  • Gustaf Strengell – Kaupunki Taideluomana / Rakennus Taideluomana / Koti Taideluomana Architecture at 3 scales
  • Poetry of the 1930’s - particularly Louis MacNeice; Moira, my daughter, enjoys these too.
  • Old copies of 2 British satirical magazines: Punch magazine from the 1930’s that belonged to my grandfather and my own collection of Private Eye from the last 15 years. The cartoons are still good.

Also here is my old record player and vinyl LP collection, tactile and hissing. We played / handled a few to accompany our idleness:

  • The Doors – Waiting for the Sun
  • Erik Satie – Gymnopedies
  • The Stranglers – Greatest Hits
  • The Rolling Stones – Under Cover of the Night
  • Talking Heads – 77
  • Womack & Womack – Love Wars

Harry Charrington

Harry Charrington is a Senior Lecturer at UWE (University of the West of England) Bristol as well as a practicing architect. He has researched and published extensively on Scandinavian and Baltic Architecture as well as Urban Design and History.