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Constructing a New Agenda - Architechtural Theory 1993-2009

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"This follow-up to Kate Nesbitt's best-selling anthology Theorizing a New Agenda collects twenty-eight essays that address architecture theory from the mid-1990s, where Nesbitt left off, through the present.

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"This follow-up to Kate Nesbitt's best-selling anthology Theorizing a New Agenda collects twenty-eight essays that address architecture theory from the mid-1990s, where Nesbitt left off, through the present. Kristin Sykes offers an overview of the myriad approaches and attitudes adopted by architects and architectural theorists during this era. Multiple themes including the impact of digital technologies on processes of architectural design, production, materiality, and representation; the implications of globalization and networks of information; the growing emphasis on sustainable and green architecture; and the phenomenon of the 'starchitect and iconic architecture appear against a background colored by architectural theory, as it existed from the 1960s on, in a period of transition (if not crisis) that centers around the perceived abyss between theory and practice. Theory's transitional state persists today, rendering its immediate history particularly relevant to contemporary thought and practice.

  • TitreConstructing a New Agenda
  • Sous titreArchitechtural Theory 1993-2009
  • AuteursKrista Sykes
  • Date de publication2010-03-31
  • ÉditeurPrinceton Architectural Press
  • Nombre de pages511
  • Version0.1.1.0.preview.1
  • Langueen
  • Type d'impressionBOOK
  • CatégoriesArchitecture
  • ISBN - 101568988591
  • ISBN - 139781568988597

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Constructing a New Agenda - Architechtural Theory 1993-2009

Constructing a New Agenda - Architechtural Theory 1993-2009

"This follow-up to Kate Nesbitt's best-selling anthology Theorizing a New Agenda collects twenty-eight essays that address architecture theory from the mid-1990s, where Nesbitt left off, through the present.