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Immediate spaces 16-19

Author: Leopold Banchini; Malissa Anne Cañez Sabus; Sandberg Instituut ,
Publisher: Zurich, Switzerland : Park Books, [2020]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Studio for Immediate Spaces (SIS) is a two-year MA programme at Amsterdam's renowned Sandberg Instituut. It aims at exploring and shaping spatial practices on the genesis and production of contemporary spatial configurations. Through extensive field investigations, SIS works as a laboratory testing ideas relevant to how we live today and how we could live tomorrow. Rural flatlands, suburbia and gritty city  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leopold Banchini; Malissa Anne Cañez Sabus; Sandberg Instituut ,
ISBN: 3038601934 9783038601937
OCLC Number: 1300757766
Notes: Titre de la couverture.
Description: 181 pages : illustrations (certaines en couleur) ; 28 cm
Other Titles: Immediate spaces sixteen to nineteen
Responsibility: Sandberg Instituut ; for the Studio for Immediate Spaces, Leopold Banchini with Malissa Anne Canez Sabus.

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The Studio for Immediate Spaces (SIS) is a two-year MA programme at Amsterdam's renowned Sandberg Instituut. It aims at exploring and shaping spatial practices on the genesis and production of contemporary spatial configurations. Through extensive field investigations, SIS works as a laboratory testing ideas relevant to how we live today and how we could live tomorrow. Rural flatlands, suburbia and gritty city settings; Mediterranean shorelines and Alpine mountainscapes; open-pit mines and industrial legacies; abandoned buildings and unfinished infrastructures; harbors, airports and refugee camps: Such places were the sites of SIS's research and production between 2016 and 2019. Directed by Swiss architect Leopold Banchini, it embraced a truly global approach that crossed, and deliberately ignored, borders. This book offers a glimpse into this unique journey around the world. Illustrated with some 790 color and black-and-white photographs, it features work produced collectively by participants in simultaneous roles of geographer, researcher, architect, urban planner and designer. Brief texts on each project and essays by Leopold Banchini and IS faculty members Marie-Avril Berthet, Ludwig Engel, Fabulous Future, Mark Minkjan, Julian Schubert, and Maike Statz as well as by curator and writer Lukas Feireiss round out this exceptional documentation of forward-thinking higher education in spatial design--source inconnue.

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