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(Non- ) Essential knowledge for (new) architecture

Author: David Lyle Hays
Publisher: New York, NY : Published by 306090, Inc., New York, NY : Distributed by Princeton Architectural Press, 2013. [2013]
Series: 306090, v. 15.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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What is essential knowledge for architecture? This frequently posed question targets fundamental principles of design, those basic criteria and priorities through which disciplinary stability is ensured. Yet, insofar as relevance is a core value of architecture, in both theory and practice, the contingent nature of the future guarantees that some forms of knowledge not presently considered essential will eventually  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Lyle Hays
ISBN: 9780615779515 0615779514
OCLC Number: 858803951
Description: 247 pages : illustrations (some colour), maps, plans ; 27 cm.
Contents: (Non- ) essential knowledge for (new) architecture / David L. Hays --
Prognostication : On futurology and architecture: from Vorhersage to Vorausschau / Ludwig Engel and Johannes Gabriel ; The essential Seagram / McLain Clutter ; Savior city / Ellen Hartman --
Reversal : Contextual transformations: the landscape archived> the archive landscape / Gisli Pálsson and Miriam Kelly ; Feral bestiary / Catherine Seavitt Nordenson --
Historical space : What about SPACE? / Eeva-Liisa Pelkonen ; House, globe, dome / Jonathan Massey --
Mathematics and form : Form logics: mathematical models and design knowledge / Andrew Witt ; Other projections / Mark Ericson ; Transformations / Robert J. Krawczyk --
Profession : Constructing communication / Irene Hwang ; The future [crossed out] architect / Simone Ferracina --
Visualization : Cinematic-aided design and architecture: sources, methods, and potentials / Amir Soltani ; Data and formulaic expression of dreams, and a day in the life of the mindscaper / Chris Teeter --Thought experiment : Competitions are dead, welcome to proposals / Eduard Sancho Pou ; Architecture and fiction / Nora Wendl --
Empathy : Cold case cathedrals / Jimmy Stamp ; Architecture & trapping / Hermione Spriggs and Greg W. Barton.
Series Title: 306090, v. 15.
Other Titles: Nonessential knowledge for (new) architecture
Essential knowledge for (new) architecture
Essential knowledge for architecture
Responsibility: David L. Hays, editor.

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(Non-) Essential Knowledge for (New) Architecture collects projects that envision possible futures for architecture through speculations about new disciplinary knowledge. Asking what specific  Read more...

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