Being a Psychologist we suck at telling stories and we are probably the worst storytellers out there. My colleagues are renowned for paying attention to other people’s life stories, not in telling them. I ought to ask you about your sex life, family relationships, childhood experiences, professional success and dreams. As we don’t know each other, the safest route to instigate this peculiar...
Rather than conceiving buildings by assembling their functional spaces together, Deconstructive Architecture fragments the elements of the functional spaces and reassembles them towards conceiving an architectural concept.
The deconstructive thinking is characterised by its mission to identify other ways in which a subject could be interpreted, perceived, developed, embraced, which have previously not been considered.
Rather than seeking answers in the constructed buildings designed by the contemporary architects and the way they look, to comprehend the Deconstructive Architecture, one must read the written content by the contemporary architects and the way they conceptualized their projects.
The very essence of the deconstructive architecture is to constantly reinvent the design of the architectural elements, rather than establish a common design.
Monuments and memorials can make a memory as solid as granite, or free it to soar, and they are dedicated to reminding the next generation, in hope that they will not allow such sacrifice to occur again and demand a peaceful world.
Finally, Jacob Rees - Mogg reveals the real purpose of Brexit, the sovereignty of our tax-affairs and tax-havens
The British overseas territories are part of the UK, but not part of the EU, therefore, if the UK remained in the EU, they would have to implement the EU's new Anti Tax Avoidance Directive, before these assets are transferred to the British offshore tax havens.
Part 4 - Why did it happen?
Although he initially resisted the idea, every time the EU reached another milestone closer towards ending tax-avoiding practices, the British Prime Minister changed mind about the EU referendum and ultimately decided to have one.
Part 3 - Who supported Brexit?
Most of the British newspapers that supported the Leave campaign are owned by tax-avoiding billionaires, such as The Sun's Rupert Murdoch, The Daily Mail's Lord Rothermere, The Daily Express' Richard Desmond and The Telegraph's David and Frederick Barclay.