Candide No. 4: Journal for Architectural Knowledge

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Axel Sowa, Susanne Schindler
ACTAR Publishers, 2011 - Architecture - 144 pages
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Candide is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to exploring the culture of knowledge specific to architecture. It is released twice a year in English and German. Each issue of Candide is made up of five distinct sections. This frame- work responds to the diversity of architectural knowledge being produced, while challenging authors from all disciplines to test a variety of genres in order to write about and represent architecture. "Essay" provides a forum for discussion of architectural knowledge, including both fundamental research into and speculative arguments on its nature.
"Analysis" allows for in-depth examination of built form: how can the knowledge embodied in buildings be retrospectively extracted and creatively re-used? "Project" is directed at architects who see design as a theoretical tool: how can a specific design proposal become a model of thought? "Encounters" gives access to the personal knowledge of renowned, unjustly forgotten, or entirely unknown protagonists of architecture. "Fiction" reflects the editors' conviction that sometimes the imaginary may reveal more about architectural knowledge than science.
 

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Urs Füssler and Jörg Leeser
Irénée Scalbert
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Liam Ross
22
Joachim Geil
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Axel Sowa has chaired the department for architecture theory at RWTH Aachen University since 2007.

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