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Open city : designing coexistence

Author: Tim Rieniets; Jennifer Sigler; Kees Christiaanse
Publisher: Amsterdam : SUN, ©2009.
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Open city.
Amsterdam : SUN, c2009
(OCoLC)742301694
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tim Rieniets; Jennifer Sigler; Kees Christiaanse
ISBN: 9789085067832 9085067839
OCLC Number: 471793551
Language Note: Translated from German and Dutch.
Description: 464 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cm.
Contents: Foreword / George Brugmans --
Open city : designing coexistence / Tim Rieniets --
Dimensions : Introduction to part one / Tim Rieniets --
The open city and its enemies / Kees Christiaanse --
The open city and its historical context / Angelus Eisinger --
Diversity of urbanization patterns in a global world / Dieter Läpple --
On board the city / Regina Bittner --
Migrancy and the dislocation of architecture / Stephen Cairns --
The extroverted city of system D / Robert Neuwirth --
The city as bazaar / Arnold Reijndorp --
Utopia re-read / Mark Michaeli --
Cell-building, egospheres, self-containers / Peter Sloterdijk --
House of cards / Marc Angélil and Cary Siress --
The good city / Ash Amin --
Spaces for coexistence / Christian Salewski --
Networked infrastructure and the urban condition / Stephen Graham --
Legalizing Openness / Gerald Frug --
Producing inequalities by producing built environment / Orhan Esen --
Crime does pay! / Michael Zinganel --
Open city : beyond asymmetric war and environmental violence / Saskia Sassen --
Situations : introduction to part two / Tim Rieniets --
Refuge / Can Altay & Philipp Misselwitz --
Community / Interboro --
Colelctive / Bart Goldhoorn & Alexander Sverdlov --
Squat / Rainer Hehl & Jörg Stollmann --
Reciprocity / Stephen Cairns & Daliana Suryawinata --
Maakbaarheid / Crimson Architectural Historians.
Responsibility: editors, Tim Rieniets, Jennifer Sigler, Kees Christiaanse.

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