Informal city: Caracas case

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Prestel, 2005 - Architecture - 360 pages
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"Informal City Caracas Case is the result of an extraordinary urban research project, initiated in the Venezuelan capital by the German Federal Cultural Foundation (Kulturstiftung des Bundes) and the Urban Think Tank. This publication is a form of compendium of informal and cultural developments that pertain not only to Caracas but to almost every Latin American metropolis. It offers a new urbanism applicable to cities around the world and makes the need for a profound change in our understanding of urban culture evident."--BOOK JACKET.

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Contents
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The Research Enterprise Alfredo Brillembourg Hubert Klumpner
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Growing House Growing City
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Copyright

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Kristin Feireiss is an architecture critic, editor, and curator. Formerly the Director of the Netherlands Architecture Institute in Rotterdam, her curatorial projects include Paris, Architecture and Utopia and Architectural Visions. Feireiss is the editor of publications on such architects as Daniel Libeskind, Axel Schultes, and Ben van Berkel, and was the Commissioner of the Dutch Pavilion for the 1996 and 2000 Venice Biennales. She is the initiator of and advisor to the first International Architecture Biennale in the Netherlands.

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