Mutations

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ACTAR, 2000 - Architecture - 720 pages
5 Reviews
The author of "S, M, L, XL" teams up with an international group of top architects and theorists to explore the myriad ways in which the city is undergoing a series of profound transformations. Illustrations throughout. Flexi-bound.

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User Review  - Rory Hyde - Goodreads

Did the 'amazing urban facts in big type' thing before The Endless City or Massive Change, which was cool at the time. The 'How to Build a City: Roman Operating System' stands out as still a great ... Read full review

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User Review  - Mike Bularz - Goodreads

I came across this exploring other aspects of urban planning and geographical philosophy, and it was a good launching point for more research and a real eye opener. Skip the Urban Rumors section at the end it was a waste of time. Read full review

Contents

1O How to Build a City Roman Operating System
10
3O Telegram from Nowhere _ Mckenzie Wark
42
Whats New About the New Media? _ Friedrich Kittler
58
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