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Harvard Design School guide to shopping

Author: Chuihua Judy ChungJeffrey InabaRem KoolhaasSze Tsung LeongTae-wook Cha; et al; All authors
Publisher: Köln ; New York : Taschen, 2001.
Series: Project on the city, 2.
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A series of essays, statistical analyses and reflection on social and technological factors that have influenced the way shopping has refashioned the city.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Chuihua Judy Chung; Jeffrey Inaba; Rem Koolhaas; Sze Tsung Leong; Tae-wook Cha; Harvard University. Graduate School of Design.; Harvard Project on the City.; et al
ISBN: 3822860476 9783822860472
OCLC Number: 49200643
Notes: "Project on the City, director: Rem Koolhaas, coordinator: Jeffrey Inaba"--P. 24.
"Project on the City ... is an ongoing research effort that examines the effects of modernization on the urban condition"--P. [3] of cover.
Description: 800 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), maps, plans ; 25 cm.
Contents: Evolution: history --
Scope: statistics --
Crisis: the dilemma --
Air conditioning: life support for the consumer / Sze Tsung leong with Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss --
...And then there was shopping: the last remaining form of public life / Sze Tsung Leong --
Bit structures: the unbearable lightness of network economy / Hiromi Hosoya and Markus Schaefer --
Brand zone: environment with added value / Hiromi Hosoya and Markus Schaefer --
Captive: airmall / Sze Tsung Leong --
City of shopping / postmall urbanism / John McMorrough --
Coopetition: Singapore as a shopping mall / Tran Vinh --
Crystal Palace: from greenhouse to mall / Louise Wyman --
Depato: the Japanese department store / Kiwa Matsushita --
Disney space: urban template / Chuihua Judy Chung --
Divine economy: Church reformation / Sze Tsung Leong --
Ecologically correct: conserve and spend / Tae-Wook Cha --
Ecology: shopping is ecology / Tae-Wook Cha --
Escalator: mechanism of smoothness / Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss and Sze Tsung Leong --
E-urope: virtualizing European shopping / Juan Palop-Casado --
Good intentions: Jane Jacobs and after / John McMorrough --
Gruen urbanism: mall as urbanism / Sze Tsung Leong --
High architecture: fear and loathing of shopping / Daniel Herman --
Jerde transfer: spatial assault / Daniel Herman --
Junkspace: the debris of modernization / Rem Koolhaas --
Legislated transactions: "urban design as public policy" / John McMorrough --
Lippo way: gypsy empire / Tran Vinh --
Mall: requiem for a type / Daniel Herman --
Mobility: bringing the consumer to shopping / Sze Tsung Leong --
Mobilize: shopping and the military / Sze Tsung Leong --
Ms. Consumer: the making of public space / Chuhua Judy Chung --
Next big thing: survival of the fittest / Daniel Herman --
Nikevolution: strategies of a brand / Jutiki Gunter with Jeffrey Inaba --
Psychogramming: predicting the consumer / Hiromi Hosoya and Markus Schaefer --
Real(i)ty: "selling cities like soap" / John McMorrough --
Redemption: synchroncity revisited / Marcus Schaefer --
Relearning from Las Vegas: then and now / Interview with Denise Scott and Robert Venturi, by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Rem Koolhaas ; visual essay by Chuhua Judy Chung and Sze Tsung Leong --
Replascape: mechanized nature / Louise Wyman --
Resistence: Europe vs. shopping / Chuihua Judy Chung with Juan Palop-Casado --
Scale: a portfolio / Daniel Herman and Sze Tsung Leong --
Section in Asia: a portfolio / Tae-Wook Cha --
Separated at birth: Frank Gehry vs. Jon Jerde / Daniel Herman --
Surburban model: "downtown needs a lesson from the suburbs" / John McMorrough --
Thou shalt not shop: devotion or shopping? / Chuihua Judy Chong --
Three-ring circus: the double life of the shopping architect / Daniel Herman --
Tokyo metabolism: the Japanese convenience store / Hiromi Hosoya and Markus Schaefer --
Ulterior spaces: invisible motives / Sze Tsung Leong.
Series Title: Project on the city, 2.
Responsibility: principal editors, Chuihua Judy Chung and Sze Tsung Leong ; [essays by Tae-Wook Cha ... et al.].

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A series of essays, statistical analyses and reflection on social and technological factors that have influenced the way shopping has refashioned the city.

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