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The following paper aims to explore, in view of a study of writer Italo Calvino's description of the metaphorical city of Zaira, how the fluid relationship between 'measurements of space' and 'events of the past' is revealed through inhabitations of a city, both real and imagined. The paper aims...
The diagrammatic methodology of 'infrastructural formalism' is posed as a potential ideological corrective to exclusive functionalist management or formal elaboration. The case study of Arnhem Central Station by UN Studio (1996-2010) reveals how diagrams align the development of pre-functional...
Venice continues to hold the western imagination as the supreme embodiment of flow in human settlement. Indeed, in the second volume of The Stones of Venice (1853) , John Ruskin (1819-1900) stresses the extremely narrow margins of tidal flux that made the city possible; if the tide been a little...
It is the contention of this article that a new subjectivity is taking shape in contemporary Western societies. This subjectivity is the effect of an ongoing transformation of power relations. Following Haggerty and Ericson, we call these emerging power relations 'surveillant assemblages.' These...
The paper explores how performative architecture can act as a collective environment localizing urban flows and establishing public domains through the integration of pervasive computing and animation techniques. The NoRA project introduces the concept of 'performative environments,' focusing on...
This paper proposes a conception of architecture as an evolving, rhizomatic practice, as seen in spaces created through a blurring of designing, making and occupying: a design approach called germinant practice. 'Germinant' is an adjective meaning 'growing and sprouting,' and the term 'germinal'...
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