Spaceworks Incubatorium is a repository of ideas about architecture, urbanism, and various other nonsensical matters. Where those 'nonsensical matters' can be consisted of many things; literature, history, reportage, concept, portfolio, music, even maybe political propaganda.
space /speɪs/From Anglo-Norman space, variant of espace, espas et al.,
and Old French spaze, variant of espace, from Latin spatium.
1. A continuous area or expanse which is free, available, or unoccupied
2. The dimensions of height, depth, and width within which all things exist and move
3. An interval of time
4. The freedom to live, think, and develop in a way that suits one
works /wɜːks/From Old English weorc, worc, from Proto-Germanic *werką,
from Proto-Indo-European *wérǵom.
1. A thing or things done or made; the result of an action
2. A mechanism or machine; the means by which something happens
From incubate + -ator.
1. Any apparatus used to maintain environmental conditions suitable for a reaction.
2. An apparatus used to maintain environmental conditions suitable for a newborn baby.
3. An apparatus used to maintain environmental conditions suitable for the hatching of eggs.
4. A place to maintain the culturing of bacteria at a steady temperature.
5. A support programme for the development of entrepreneurial companies.
From Latin -um (“neuter singular morphological suffix”), based on Latin terms for metals, such as ferrum.
Used to indicate the setting where a given activity is carried out: gymnasium, auditorium, stadium, colloquium, planetarium, podium, sanatorium. Words so formed often take "-a" for the plural.