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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.

CRITICAL SPATIAL PRACTICE 9

CRITICAL SPATIAL PRACTICE 9

Displacements: Architecture and Refugee

Andrew Herscher

Author and urban theorist Andrew Herscher’s Displacements: Architecture and Refugee, the ninth book in the Critical Spatial Practice series, examines some of the usually disavowed but arguably decisive intersections of mass-population displacement and architecture— an art and technology of population placement—from the 20th century to the present.

DIY KLARENSTRAAT

DIY KLARENSTRAAT

A new perspective on the post-war social housing block

Patricia van Ulzen, Antoin Buissink, Simea Knip & Rufus de Vrie (Eds.)

Here’s an idea for mitigating the global housing crisis: revitalize community housing without demolishing it.

FOOTPRINT 19

FOOTPRINT 19

Vol. 10/2 Spaces of Conflict

Malkit Shoshan & Marc Schoonderbeek (Eds.)

The terrorist attacks at the start of the 21st-century catapulted the issue of space and conflict into the forefront of architectural debates.