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Perspecta 44

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Sep 16, 2011 | ISBN 9780262516396

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Table Of Contents

  • Preface, by Tala Gharagozlou and David Sadighian
  • The Pedigreed Domain of Architecture: A View from the Cultural Margin, by Nasser Rabbat
  • Viollet-le-Duc’s “Republic of Architectural Art”: The Greco-Gothic Revival and the Building of Modern France, by R Howard Block
  • How (Far) Does Culture go? Kengo Kuma and His Architecture, by Sophie Houdart
  • One Text and Eight Projects, by Office Kersten Geers and David Van Severen
  • HL23: Three Public Domains, by Neil Denari
  • Public Territories and Reclaimed Infrastructure: A Panel Discussion on the High Liine and Hudson River Park, by The Forum from Urban Design, New York, NY, November 17, 2010
  • Why Do Architects Read Latour?, An Interview with Bruno Latour
  • “A Definite and Persistent Monster”: Tony Smith’s Urban Vision, by Craig Buckley
  • The Craftsman and the Curator, by Mario Carpo
  • Avatar-Space: The Ego Inc., by Ralitza Petit
  • Vox Populi/Vox Dei: Richard Meier Builds in Tor Tre Teste, by BekaFilms and Richard Meier, with Perspecta 44
  • The 5 Obstructions (For Architecture), by common room
  • Revisiting 1968-69: On Novum Organum and Lipstick (Ascending) on Caterpillar Tracks, Stuart Wrede
  • Dot Dot Dot., by Sam Jacob
  • Mapping What Isn’t Quite There, by C Dana Tomlin
  • Processing Architecture, by Casey Reas and Ben Fry el al.
  • Practicing Practice, by Peggy Deamer
  • Graphic Design in the Expanded Field, An Interview with Michael Rock, 2×4, New York, NY, July 27, 2010
  • Re-crafting a Public Domain, by Lawrence Lessig

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