Architecture Journals

‘Des Yeux Qui Ne Voient Pas…’: The smartphones

https://dezignark.com/architecture/architecture-journals/footprint-delft-architecture-theory-journal/footprint-issue-22-exploring-architectural-form-a-configurative-triad/ Luca Di Lorenzo University IUAV of Venice https://doi.org/10.7480/footprint.12.1.1778 Abstract Three of the most influential chapters of Le Corbusier’s Vers une Architecture are collected under the common title...

The Explorative Strategy of Engagement: Atelier Bow-Wow’s Rebière Street Project in Paris

https://dezignark.com/architecture/architecture-journals/footprint-delft-architecture-theory-journal/footprint-issue-22-exploring-architectural-form-a-configurative-triad/ Johan Nielsen KU Leuven Yves Schoonjans KU Leuven Kris Scheerlinck KU Leuven https://doi.org/10.7480/footprint.12.1.1821 Abstract The project of Rebière Street in Paris is the first housing project of Atelier Bow-Wow outside Japan....

Surform: An Architectural Vocabulary of Morphogenesis

https://dezignark.com/architecture/architecture-journals/footprint-delft-architecture-theory-journal/footprint-issue-22-exploring-architectural-form-a-configurative-triad/ Jack m. Rees none https://doi.org/10.7480/footprint.12.1.1751 Abstract The term morphogenesis in architecture is usually associated with parametric design strategies. I intend ‘morphogenetic’ in a different sense. Architecture in...

Autonomy by Drawing: Gianugo Polesello on Route ’66

https://dezignark.com/architecture/architecture-journals/footprint-delft-architecture-theory-journal/footprint-issue-22-exploring-architectural-form-a-configurative-triad/ Giovanni Corbellini https://doi.org/10.7480/footprint.12.1.1783 Abstract This article questions the revival of ‘La Tendenza’ in the recent architectural debate, taking the work of Gianugo Polesello as a privileged...

Ambiguous Territory: Aesthetic Practices Against Agrilogistics

https://dezignark.com/architecture/architecture-journals/footprint-delft-architecture-theory-journal/footprint-issue-23-the-architecture-of-logistics/ Kathy Velikov University of Michigan / RVTR Cathryn Dwyre Pratt Institute / pneumastudio Chris Perry Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute / pneumastudio David Salomon Ithaca College https://doi.org/10.7480/footprint.12.2.2054 Abstract What can one do when the things...

HomeWorks

https://dezignark.com/architecture/architecture-journals/footprint-delft-architecture-theory-journal/footprint-issue-23-the-architecture-of-logistics/ Marcello Tavone on cities https://doi.org/10.7480/footprint.12.2.2036 Abstract What if the city of the twenty-first century was not as we have imagined it? What if the culture of congestion...

Calling Rowe: After-lives of Formalism in the Digital Age

https://dezignark.com/architecture/architecture-journals/footprint-delft-architecture-theory-journal/footprint-issue-22-exploring-architectural-form-a-configurative-triad/ Stylianos Giamarelos The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL https://doi.org/10.7480/footprint.12.1.1760 Abstract Emmanuel Petit recently invoked the work of Colin Rowe to render a discussion of architectural precedent relevant...

Twenty-four Hours at Work: A Filmic Survey of Transportation Corridors in Europe

https://dezignark.com/architecture/architecture-journals/footprint-delft-architecture-theory-journal/footprint-issue-23-the-architecture-of-logistics/ Renzo Sgolacchia Stichting OMERO Alex Retegan https://doi.org/10.7480/footprint.12.2.2046 Abstract The deregulation policies implemented in the United States and the European Union in the early 1980s brought forth a significant...

New Interfaces in the Automated Landscapes of Logistics

https://dezignark.com/architecture/architecture-journals/footprint-delft-architecture-theory-journal/footprint-issue-23-the-architecture-of-logistics/ Jesse LeCavalierNJIThttps://doi.org/10.7480/footprint.12.2.2217Abstract Metaphors of flows are often used to describe aspects of logistics, thereby suggesting smooth and inevitable operations while also obscuring the frictions...