. . . An interesting and thought-provoking work, one that adds to the corpus of writings on Wittgenstein's ideas about architecture and aesthetics.
...sheds light on the architectural experiences that led Wittgenstein from an account of language emanating from a...paranormal perspective...to an interior view of language.-Christopher C. Robinson
A noteworthy synthesis of Wittgenstein's philosophy with the subject of architecture.
About the Author
Nana Last is Assistant Professor of Architecture at Rice University.