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SAN ROCCO 14

66

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  • Engels
  • 256 pagina's
  • 4 mei 2018

1966 was a promising year. Aldo Rossi published "The Architecture of the City" and Robert Venturi came out with "Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture". The stage seemed set for a productive critique of modernism and the development of a more mature approach to the intricacies of architecture. Architecture seemed on the verge of rediscovering its collective nature and about to redefine its knowledge by starting from the city

INDEX

65
Michael Cohen and Violette de la Selle

The Facts Have the Floor: Against Interpretation, Susan Sontag
Christophe Van Gerrewey

Pynchon’s Oblique Aerial
Stan Allen

A Special Year Like Any Other Architecture Formes Fonctions
Fabrizio Gallanti

Histoires d’eau
Christian Gilot

Free(D) Time: the Spatialisation of Leisure from the Xiii Triennale Until Today
Florencia Andreola, Riccardo M. Villa

Fifth Dimension, Tokyo-Jin, Femmes Algériennes, Au Hasard Balthazar
Ido Avissar

Dreamclouds
Natalie Koerner

To Coincide and Disappear
Kersten Geers

Cuba, 1966
Laura Evans

Go West, Omu
Alberto Geuna, Niccolò Suraci, Giulia La Delfa

Complexity and Complication Positions of the Object in Il Territorio Dell’architettura
Roi Salgueiro Barrio and Adrià Carbonell Rabassa

Architecture and Revolution
Paolo Portoghesi in Conversation with Nicolò Ornaghi and Guido Tesio

“What We Hold as Ugly
and Infuriating Today Will Be ‘Established’ in a Decade” Dimitris Philippides and the Historiography of Anonymous Architecture in Greece
Nikos Magouliotis

How Printing Silenced Architecture
Philippe Rahm

“1966 Can Be the Year of Rebirth for American Cities”
Susanne Schindler

Photojournalism the Difficult Task of Making Public Work in Good Faith
Roi Salgueiro Barrio

The Piper at the Gates of Dawn
Chris Norton Riley

The Anti-Hierarchical Atelier That Could Not Last
Stylianos Giamarelos

Grünzug Süd: an Urban Design Manifesto
Jasper Cepl, Sam Jacoby, Valerio Massaro

Site and Speculation
Kate Yeh Chiu

A Vinnese Concept for
an Analogue Postwar Grossstadt Manifesto
Lorenzo De Chiffre and Benni Eder

Type as a Monument
Nuno Brandão Costa

Too Beautiful To Be True: Lina Bo Bardi’s Masp, or An “Architectured” Lie
Daniele Pisani

Tomb for Two
Dámaso Randulfe

A Hole Wrapped in Wire
William Watson and Vivian Telgarsky

Breuer Stirling Price
Bas Princen

A Day at the Beach
Oliver Lütjens and Thomas Padmanabhan

Ås!
Giancarlo Floridi and Angelo Lunati

Separated at Birth
Ludovico Centis

Putting Up A Front
David Himelman

Es Ist Kein Organisches Material Sichtbar
Victoria Easton

For All the Wrong Reasons Myron Goldsmith and the Mcmath–Pierce Solar Telescope
Wonne Ickx


1966 was a promising year. Aldo Rossi published "The Architecture of the City" and Robert Venturi came out with "Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture". The stage seemed set for a productive critique of modernism and the development of a more mature approach to the intricacies of architecture. Architecture seemed on the verge of rediscovering its collective nature and about to redefine its knowledge by starting from the city

INDEX

65
Michael Cohen and Violette de la Selle

The Facts Have the Floor: Against Interpretation, Susan Sontag
Christophe Van Gerrewey

Pynchon’s Oblique Aerial
Stan Allen

A Special Year Like Any Other Architecture Formes Fonctions
Fabrizio Gallanti

Histoires d’eau
Christian Gilot

Free(D) Time: the Spatialisation of Leisure from the Xiii Triennale Until Today
Florencia Andreola, Riccardo M. Villa

Fifth Dimension, Tokyo-Jin, Femmes Algériennes, Au Hasard Balthazar
Ido Avissar

Dreamclouds
Natalie Koerner

To Coincide and Disappear
Kersten Geers

Cuba, 1966
Laura Evans

Go West, Omu
Alberto Geuna, Niccolò Suraci, Giulia La Delfa

Complexity and Complication Positions of the Object in Il Territorio Dell’architettura
Roi Salgueiro Barrio and Adrià Carbonell Rabassa

Architecture and Revolution
Paolo Portoghesi in Conversation with Nicolò Ornaghi and Guido Tesio

“What We Hold as Ugly
and Infuriating Today Will Be ‘Established’ in a Decade” Dimitris Philippides and the Historiography of Anonymous Architecture in Greece
Nikos Magouliotis

How Printing Silenced Architecture
Philippe Rahm

“1966 Can Be the Year of Rebirth for American Cities”
Susanne Schindler

Photojournalism the Difficult Task of Making Public Work in Good Faith
Roi Salgueiro Barrio

The Piper at the Gates of Dawn
Chris Norton Riley

The Anti-Hierarchical Atelier That Could Not Last
Stylianos Giamarelos

Grünzug Süd: an Urban Design Manifesto
Jasper Cepl, Sam Jacoby, Valerio Massaro

Site and Speculation
Kate Yeh Chiu

A Vinnese Concept for
an Analogue Postwar Grossstadt Manifesto
Lorenzo De Chiffre and Benni Eder

Type as a Monument
Nuno Brandão Costa

Too Beautiful To Be True: Lina Bo Bardi’s Masp, or An “Architectured” Lie
Daniele Pisani

Tomb for Two
Dámaso Randulfe

A Hole Wrapped in Wire
William Watson and Vivian Telgarsky

Breuer Stirling Price
Bas Princen

A Day at the Beach
Oliver Lütjens and Thomas Padmanabhan

Ås!
Giancarlo Floridi and Angelo Lunati

Separated at Birth
Ludovico Centis

Putting Up A Front
David Himelman

Es Ist Kein Organisches Material Sichtbar
Victoria Easton

For All the Wrong Reasons Myron Goldsmith and the Mcmath–Pierce Solar Telescope
Wonne Ickx


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