Talking cities: the micropolitics of urban space

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Birkhäuser-Publishers for Architecture, 2006 - Political Science - 196 pages
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Featuring innovative international design, architecture and spatial interventions in a trans-disciplinary platform, the magazine Talking Cities stretches the boundaries of architecture and urban design and shifts our perceptions of contemporary city spaces. It is a dense collage of statements and designs that exemplify the dialogue on reconfiguring and reactivating the marginal, residual and public spaces of our cities. Talking Cities investigates the fragmented conditions that make up our present day urban realities.

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Contents

Fragmented CitySCCipeS 34 Susanne Hauser Where Density Ends Wo Dichte
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Supercities Superstädte 70 Bjarke Ingels Pragmatic Utopias Pragmatische
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Plan in the Punjab Planwerk Punjab 90 Luc Deleu Chandigarh Revisited Eine
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