The art of ordinary architecture:
On intimacy, exposure and the playful borders of a façade
Antigoni Geronta, 15 march 2021
In the fishing village of Afurada de Baixo, Portugal, the architectural façade speaks of everyday affairs and
circumstances without needing to utter them. In this article, researcher Antigoni Geronta outlines the results of her
five-year field research in the village, where thresholds, windows, curtains and tiles give visual clues about the status
and desires of its inhabitants.
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