Index of Titles Filed Under 'Architecture'

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Publishere-flux2014
Spring is here, so we are naturally thinking about sex all the time. It was a busy winter with many personal calamities and meltdowns, and this only makes now a better time to think about sex. Big beautiful interspecies sex. Instrumentalized sex. Makeup sex and breakup sex. Overman sex and that business with the eunuch. Tender Marvin Gaye sex and also the weird stuff. Sex as the symbolic drainage area for desires that exceed and escape the society, but also as the visceral pelvic thrust behind those desires that glue the whole contraption together when it is actually hopelessly falling apart. ...
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Publisheronestar press2011
“They’re a kind of cabin or hut, very basic and awkwardly assembled, wedged into the space of the balcony between the guardrail and the wall of the building.The vertical sides are made of plywood, canvas or tarp, and are topped by a vegetal roofing that is more or less dry, more or less green, threaded with palm wattle. These huts are opaque and seem to communicate with apartments…”
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Publisheronestar press2018
Philothée Gaymard was permitted to live in the Rietveld-Schröder House in Utrecht for a few days. She became the new inhabitant of the house. Nobody had lived in the house after Truus Schröder and it was turned into a museum. Later that year Philothée travelled to Herford to stay in the Statement House designed by Jean-Pascal Flavien, inside the Marta Museum. To the public, she talked about her stay in the Rietveld-Schröder House.
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Publisheronestar press2003
Stairway to heaven, a public space for individual use. Building in process. Architect: Didier Fiuza Faustino / BUREAU DES MESARCHITECTURES Creative team: Didier Fiuza Faustino, Pascal Mazoyer. Collaborators: Nicolas Hugoo, Xaver Marschalek, Philippe Smith. Construction: Lovarte Lda Client: Ministério da Cultura Three levels concrete staircase, leading to a 4m2 metal-latticed platform with a basketball. Located on Praça dos Arômas, Castelo Branco, Portugal.This project is an interrogative as much as asservative answer to the implicit request made by the municipality for a piece of urban art. Given the unacknowledged rejection of the big housing programme nearby, Stairway to heaven (re)calls (for) that close presence by reprising the ...
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A show featuring some of the most popular lectures, interviews, discussions, and talks that took place at Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design in Moscow over the years.
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Strelka Press is a digital-first publisher of new writing on architecture, design and the city. Reviving the essay as a popular form, we publish critical writing in digital and print editions.
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AA Words One: Supercritical: Peter Eisenman meets Rem Koolhaas is based on an evening of conversation at the AA in 2006. Each architect states his views about the terms of architecture, including its theories and relationship to the city and other forms of critical and cultural practice. Responses from the audience follow, filtered through a debate moderated by Brett Steele.
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PublisherSculpture Center2017
Precise in her methodology, Teresa Burga notes in the margins of her drawings the day and time she starts and finishes them. Ever since she started working as an artist, in the 1960s, she has taken a playful approach toward systematic processes. Critiquing the labor arenas traditionally assigned to women, such as housework and childcare, she interrogates the role of women in her home country of Peru (whose experiences are shared by many throughout the world). While questions of femininity and authorship inform Burga’s content, they also frame the production of her art. By appropriating the artwork of children in ...
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PublisherThe Avery Review2017
Kevin Block takes a Harvard-designed online course on architectural theory; Brendan Cormier watches Frank Gehry’s MasterClass; and Yuki Higashino moves through episodes of Martin Beck’s Program.
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PublisherThe Avery Review2017
Joe Day constructs a discursive map of Hal Foster’s Bad New Days; Swarnabh Ghosh reevaluates planetary urbanization and rurality; Jacob R. Moore disputes CLOG’s latest issue on guns; and N. Claire Napawan, Ellen Burke, and Sahoko Yui argue for an ecofeminist approach to sustainability.
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PublisherThe Avery Review2018
Maroš Krivý and Leonard Ma reassess the livability of Jan Gehl’s livable city; Lina Malfona circles the origins of Apple architecture; Silas Martí tracks the fate of Lina Bo Bardi’s contested Teatro Oficina; and Ife Vanable evaluates the middle in two Mitchell-Lama projects.
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PublisherThe Avery Review2018
Tizziana Baldenebro confronts the undervaluation of critical black female art and the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago’s inclusionary curatorial practices; Elsa Hoover investigates the violent intersection of resource extraction, land ownership, and tribal sovereignty in the “man camp”; Kahira Ngige speculates on the megachurch and the urban implications of ecclesiastical architecture in Nairobi; and Sajdeep Soomal situates family history within the colonial orders of Ontario and the Punjab.

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