the bermuda quadrilateral


I am currently breaking my head over John Maeda’s Bermuda quadrilateral. Is it as simple as that?

2 Responses to “the bermuda quadrilateral”

  1. plusea Says:

    agree. is it as simple as that?
    or even as planar as in neri oxman’s “krebs cycle of creativity”?

    (nadja, tim – so nice to come across your blog!)

  2. nad Says:

    Hannah, nice to hear from you!

    Unfortunately I have currently no time to comment on Neri Oxmans essay.
    I just glanced briefly at it and got the impression that I see most of the things
    she mentiones there very differently.

    Maybe I’ll comment another time.

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