Of Other Architectures is an open, online and ongoing project that brings together different views and perspectives on the architectural profession. Unlike most architectural theory compilations, it focuses solely on how architecture is perceived from the outside. From Lao-Tzu to Michel Foucault, the ideas presented in this blog offer a general perspective of the ways in which non-architects view and understand Architecture. Although it does include a few authors with some architectural background or education (Thomas Jefferson, Mathias Goeritz or Paul Virilio, to name a few), none of them viewed or developed architecture as their main professional interest. Wherever available, online sources are included in order to provide visitors with the most direct link to the original texts. Please do not hesitate to send any comments, suggestions or corrections.