Ruiying Liu’s Writings About Complexity

Everyday reflections on complexity, cognition and the city. Publishing in student magazines in the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Ruiying Liu has introduced some of her ideas:

Where this all started: stories of the people behind Complexity, Cognition and the City
The Origin of Complexity in Bnieuws, 50(04)
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How hand-drawn lines mediate the agency of urban design in the visual media: learning from Frits Palmboom
All About Lines—A Palmboom View, in Bnieuws, 50(06) 
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Discovering the source behind metaphors and analogies of urban designers in the faculty
Analogues and the Source Blood of Design: Mindspotting of urbanism designers, in Atlantis, 27. 3

The Dutch planning concept, the Green Heart: its role in cognitive and societal processes
From Legacy to Legacy in Bnieuws, 50(07)
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A metaphorical-thinking perspective on Chinese Fengshui
The Elusive Wind and Water in Bnieuws, 50(02)
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How to break out of the Cartesian space and codification when mapping places
Warped Geographies: 3 Drawings, with Leo van den Burg, in Atlantis, 27.1

Reflecting on design education and a tribute to Christopher Alexander
Design is Not a Tree in Bnieuws, 50(02)
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