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andlt;Pandgt;Combining formal argument with informal conversations and design proposals, Architecture at the Edge of Everything Else offers creative ideas for andquot;thinking and acting architecture differently.andquot; What makes the book unique (apart from its lively graphic format) is the freshness of its voices–young architects and emerging practitioners who for the most part have not published before. Interwoven with their proposals are conversations among these new voices and more established authors and practitioners, including Sanford Kwinter, Sylvia Lavin, K. Michael Hays, Philippe Rahm, Liam Gillick, Teddy Cruz, and Michael Meredith. Architecture at the Edge of Everything Else investigates the inner contradictions tangling and obscuring architectural discourse. It locates architecture in a cultural, social, political, and situational landscape–the space it actually occupies in the contemporary world. Examining architecture as it comes into contact with other disciplines–including art, art history, cultural studies, curating, landscape architecture, neuroaesthetics, pedagogy, philosophy, political science, and urbanism–the book considers architecture’s precarious position at the edge: at the edge of its own dilemmas and at the edge of andquot;everything else.andquot; In different ways, all the contributors suggest how to understand the innovative possibilities and pitfalls of spatial practices–teasing, analyzing, and celebrating architecture’s disciplinary ambiguity–with proposals that range from a andquot;lo-resandquot; architecture to one controlled by the curatorial impulse, from customizable andquot;skinsandquot; on residential buildings to the collection of residual space for new uses. Their investigations encompass how to interpret, how to intervene, and how to imagine. Breaking out of institutional molds and reaching across generational divides, Architecture at the Edge of Everything Else marks the beginning of a new conversation about architecture and its expanded landscape.Contributors Brett Albert, Matthew Allen, Esther Choi, Teddy Cruz, Suzanne Ernst, Liam Gillick, K. Michael Hays, Sanford Kwinter, Sylvia Lavin, Michael Meredith, Yu Morishita, Trevor Patt,Philippe Rahm, Joe Ringenberg, Jonathan Tate, Marrikka Trotter, Douglas Wuandlt;/Pandgt;

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“Architecture at the Edge reasserts the importance of situating architecture within broader cultural context, beyond appearance, programmatic requirements or ‘what the client wants.’ In the context of the current unyielding economic climate, the book also grants architecture more tools for presenting itself to the public and positioning itself as a vital cultural practice.” Architectural Record The MIT Press

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andlt;Pandgt;andquot;Architecture at the Edge reasserts the importance of situating architecture within broader cultural context, beyond appearance, programmatic requirements or ‘what the client wants.’ In the context of the current unyielding economic climate, the book also grants architecture more tools for presenting itself to the public and positioning itself as a vital cultural practice.andquot; Architectural Recordandlt;/Pandgt;

Synopsis

Combining formal argument with informal conversations and design proposals, Architecture at the Edge of Everything Else offers creative ideas for “thinking and acting architecture differently.” What makes the book unique (apart from its lively graphic format) is the freshness of its voices–young architects and emerging practitioners who for the most part have not published before. Interwoven with their proposals are conversations among these new voices and more established authors and practitioners, including Sanford Kwinter, Sylvia Lavin, K. Michael Hays, Philippe Rahm, Liam Gillick, Teddy Cruz, and Michael Meredith. Architecture at the Edge of Everything Else investigates the inner contradictions tangling and obscuring architectural discourse. It locates architecture in a cultural, social, political, and situational landscape–the space it actually occupies in the contemporary world. Examining architecture as it comes into contact with other disciplines–including art, art history, cultural studies, curating, landscape architecture, neuroaesthetics, pedagogy, philosophy, political science, and urbanism–the book considers architecture’s precarious position at the edge: at the edge of its own dilemmas and at the edge of “everything else.” In different ways, all the contributors suggest how to understand the innovative possibilities and pitfalls of spatial practices–teasing, analyzing, and celebrating architecture’s disciplinary ambiguity–with proposals that range from a “lo-res” architecture to one controlled by the curatorial impulse, from customizable “skins” on residential buildings to the collection of residual space for new uses. Their investigations encompass how to interpret, how to intervene, and how to imagine. Breaking out of institutional molds and reaching across generational divides, Architecture at the Edge of Everything Else marks the beginning of a new conversation about architecture and its expanded landscape.Contributors Brett Albert, Matthew Allen, Esther Choi, Teddy Cruz, Suzanne Ernst, Liam Gillick, K. Michael Hays, Sanford Kwinter, Sylvia Lavin, Michael Meredith, Yu Morishita, Trevor Patt,Philippe Rahm, Joe Ringenberg, Jonathan Tate, Marrikka Trotter, Douglas Wu

Synopsis

An examination of architecture as it comes in contact with other disciplines in the contemporary world.

Combining formal argument with informal conversations and design proposals, Architecture at the Edge of Everything Else offers creative ideas for “thinking and acting architecture differently.” What makes the book unique (apart from its lively graphic format) is the freshness of its voices–young architects and emerging practitioners who for the most part have not published before. Interwoven with their proposals are conversations among these new voices and more established authors and practitioners, including Sanford Kwinter, Sylvia Lavin, K. Michael Hays, Philippe Rahm, Liam Gillick, Teddy Cruz, and Michael Meredith. Architecture at the Edge of Everything Else investigates the inner contradictions tangling and obscuring architectural discourse. It locates architecture in a cultural, social, political, and situational landscape–the space it actually occupies in the contemporary world. Examining architecture as it comes into contact with other disciplines–including art, art history, cultural studies, curating, landscape architecture, neuroaesthetics, pedagogy, philosophy, political science, and urbanism–the book considers architecture’s precarious position at the edge: at the edge of its own dilemmas and at the edge of “everything else.” In different ways, all the contributors suggest how to understand the innovative possibilities and pitfalls of spatial practices–teasing, analyzing, and celebrating architecture’s disciplinary ambiguity–with proposals that range from a “lo-res” architecture to one controlled by the curatorial impulse, from customizable “skins” on residential buildings to the collection of residual space for new uses. Their investigations encompass how to interpret, how to intervene, and how to imagine. Breaking out of institutional molds and reaching across generational divides, Architecture at the Edge of Everything Else marks the beginning of a new conversation about architecture and its expanded landscape.

Contributors: Brett Albert, Matthew Allen, Esther Choi, Teddy Cruz, Suzanne Ernst, Liam Gillick, K. Michael Hays, Sanford Kwinter, Sylvia Lavin, Michael Meredith, Yu Morishita, Trevor Patt, Philippe Rahm, Joe Ringenberg, Jonathan Tate, Marrikka Trotter, Douglas Wu

Synopsis

An examination of architecture as it comes in contact with other disciplines in the contemporary world.

Synopsis

Combining formal argument with informal conversations and design proposals,

Synopsis

andlt;Pandgt;An examination of architecture as it comes in contact with other disciplines in the contemporary world.andlt;/Pandgt;

About the Author

Esther Choi, a multidisciplinary artist and writer, is Assistant Professor in the Departments of Criticism and Curatorial Practices, Photography, and the Interdisciplinary Masters in Art, Media, and Design Program at the Ontario College of Art and Design.Marrikka Trotter is the founder of the art and design initiative The Department of Micro-Urbanism. She teaches advanced studio at the Boston Architectural College, and her writing has appeared in Harvard Design Magazine.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780262014793
Binding:
Hardcover
Publication date:
08/27/2010
Publisher:
MIT PRESS
Series info:
Work Books
Pages:
201
Height:
.85IN
Width:
7.14IN
Series Number:
1
Age Range:
18 and up
Grade Range:
13 and up
Number of Units:
1
Illustration:
Yes
Editor:
Esther Choi
Editor:
Marrikka Trotter
Subject:
Architecture-Urban Planning
Subject:
ARCHITECTURE / Reference

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