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ARCHITECTURE AFTER SPECULATION

ARCHITECTURE AFTER SPECULATION

Bauhaus Lab 2013

Regina Bittner, Sabine Müller & Katja Szymczak (Eds.)

The 12th volume in the ongoing pocket-sized Bauhaus Dessau Foundation series, Architecture After Speculation focuses on Spain’s speculative landscapes as another test zone for global urbanization.

CRITICAL AND CLINICAL CARTOGRAPHIES

CRITICAL AND CLINICAL CARTOGRAPHIES

International Conference Proceedings

Andrej Radman & Stavros Kousoulas (Eds.)

What is the relation between the living organism of the human body and the machine technologies applied in the medical field? Mapping the shifting thresholds between organic and inorganic, the innate and the acquired, is the focus of this slender but rich publication from the trans-disciplinary Critical and Clinical Cartographies Conference at TU Delft.

CRITICAL SPATIAL PRACTICE 7

CRITICAL SPATIAL PRACTICE 7

Felicity D. Scotty D. Scott
Disorientation: Bernard Rudofsky in the Empire of Signs

Nikolaus Hirsch & Markus Miessen (Eds.)

The seventh publication from the ongoing CSP series focuses on postwar Japan through the eyes of Viennese émigré architect and social historian Bernard Rudofsky (1905–1988), who famously described it as a “rearview mirror” of the American way of life.

CRITICAL SPATIAL PRACTICE 8

CRITICAL SPATIAL PRACTICE 8

Jill Magid: The Proposal

Nikolaus Hirsch, Carin Kuoni, Hesse McGraw & Markus Miessen (Eds.)

The eighth volume in the ongoing CSP series edited by Hirsch and Miessen, The Proposal focuses on American artist Jill Magid’s The Barragán Archives.