Though sound is a central feature within urban life, it still receives little to no attention within processes of urban planning. The main difficulty in integra..(read more)
Five architectural designs, conceived through auditory and literary practices instead of being visually generated.
This issue proposes a resolutely political reading of self-built neighborhoods, appropriated architectures, refugee camps, and worker quarters. Constructed agai..(read more)
Toxic Atmospheres draws on the concepts of “being-in-the-breathable” (Peter Sloterdijk), “the weather” (Christina Sharpe), and “combat breathing” (F..(read more)
LaBelle’s reference monograph guides us through a number of his works from 2003 to 2014, raising questions of space and community, and further, to the dir..(read more)
A new bimonthly printed and digital magazine (linked to a blog and a podcast) edited by Léopold Lambert. Its subtitle, “Politics of Space and Bodies,R..(read more)
Collected by the famous German architecture critic Ulrich Conrads, this publication brings together seminal texts from 1903 up to 1963. A reprint of a classic (..(read more)
2011. Spatial Rupture is a term coined to describe the work of Willem Claassen. There are many more descriptions: a space of open-ended architectonics, a functi..(read more)