We think it’s interesting to consider [the paradoxes of the Rorschach ink blot tests] in the context of architecture. When architects work in black and white, it tends to be in the production of the most rigorous, measured drawings. But, as Rorschach’s inkblots remind us, the two colors present richer possibilities: ambiguity, sensuality, mystery. We’ve seen recent work at the KSA push the bounds of black and white, and, with this issue of One:Twelve, we hope to push them further.
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