By Charles Frederick Vega
Tautological Redundancy is a textual exploration of the reciprocity between place and occupant. Through narrative, poetry, and font smithery, this piece attempts to express the vulnerability of the participant with architecture as well as the great hunter that architecture is if allowed to be.
Charles Vega, a partner at Lion Architecture, lives in Kansas City’s Westside neighborhood. Having grown up in suburban KC, the authenticity of the Midwest has kept him in place but not stagnant. Charlie’s work is fueled by his substantial interest in the poetics of space and its relationship to place-based architecture. His work is available at lionarchitecture.com.