Excellent essays from noted architects and scholars, including Rem Koolhaas, and a wealth of new research make this an essential volume on Mies. Click on top and see some extracts from "Well into the XXI century" framing the categories. Historically, industrial routes similarly avoided public streets.
Carl Nielbock came from Germany to discover his roots in Detroit, the home of his black G. This movement was heavily criticized by modernist formalist art critics and historians.
These operative terms situate his work between forms of linguistic description and the history of reflexive material practices in art. Two essays on hypertext writing that makes meaning connections using spatial arrangement rather than nodes and links.
For all its famed blight, this too is Detroit. Using Hegel's ideas about geology I untangle the various senses in which Hegel would admit that nature has a history, and show the senses in which he could and could not accept Darwinian evolution.
Plant histories are explored by significant and diverse feminist, art-historical, and anthropological voices—from Germaine Greer to herman de vries—bringing new perspectives through photo-essays, fiction, performance, and interventions in ecological, film, and translation archives. It removes all the unnecessary internal walls and opens up the space.
How Hegel's dialectical changes in conceptual schemes do and don't match up with empirical changes in language. The prospect of a fully automated future—while acutely reshaping the notions of work, production, and value creation—also feeds emancipatory scenarios ultimately leading to the end of labor.
The Logic of Language Change. My book Postmodern Sophistications, described above, argued that the "postmodern" revolution that used historical references to enrich sterile modernism really just replayed the modern distance from history, now in an ironic tone.
Art, Culture, and Urban Practices considers new perspectives and discussions related to the category of density, which for a long time has been part of urban-planning discourses and is now regaining the attention of artists and practitioners from a number of different disciplines.
Natasha Ginwala, Daniel Muzyczuk Eds.
Farnsworth's malpractice accusations were dismissed as unsubstantiated. A third floating slab, an attached terraceacts as a transition between the living area and the ground. Detroit is a telltale worth watching.
Volume Two with more recent buildings! In these essays, Morris attempted to define a conceptual framework and formal elements for himself and one that would embrace the practices of his contemporaries.Mies van de Rohe: Critical Essays Franz Schulze.
From the agronumericus.com rich legacy of scholarly and critical reassessments of Mies van der Rohe continues to grow since his centenary in Mies van der Rohe designed a monumental roof which he wanted to have as if floating above the large spans of clear glass.
The design was a difficult issue to be negotiated with engineers but also a chance for the architect to bring the post-war industrialised production methods in this project. Mies van der Rohe: A Critical Biography is a major rewriting and expansion of Franz Schulze’s acclaimed biography, the first full treatment of the master German-American modern architect.
Coauthored with architect Edward Windhorst, this revised edition, three times the length of the original text, features extensive new research and. Elisabeth Lebovici The Name of Philippe Thomas / Philippe Thomas’ Name In the artistic activities of Philippe Thomas, there was a determination to disappear: it was his procedure to transfer his title of author onto his collectors.
New Architecture and Places Today. Living in New York as Manhattan was rebuilt in the 50s, loving the thick textures of the Cloisters and the spare symmetries of Mies van der Rohe, reading Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier, I loved the excitement of architectural revolutions.
Henry Ford poses in the first car he made. In his autobiography, he wrote: “Industry will decentralize. There is no city that would be rebuilt as it is, were it destroyed – which fact is in itself a confession of our real estimate of cities The modern city has been prodigal, it is.Download