Detalles de la obra

Can design change society?
project Bauhaus
Ngo, Anh-Linh, ed.; Hiller, Christian, ed.; Oswalt, Philipp, ed.
Autor(es) institucionales:
Arch+ (Journal for Architecture and Urbanism)
Pie de imprenta:
Berlin, Basel: Arch+, Birkhäuser, c2019
Descripción física:
224 p. il., maps., planos, fot. 30 x 24 cm.
Material acompañante:
1 folleto Arch+ features n.89 (15 p. il. col.)
Contiene: Project bauhaus. Introduction. From Bauhaus to Silicon Valley. The Bauhaus Virus. The Perversions of the Bauhaus: a Eulogy.- Can design change society? Models of change. Big changes. Towards a new conspiracy. Shaping social space together. Consumption as design. Designing the brief. Assemble.- Architectures of globalization. Can the universal be specific? Universalism: claims, problems, and potentials. The politics of forms and the forms of politics. The patio grid. Architecture in global socialism. Anonymous modernism: the architecture of patents. The hennebique system. A concrete world: how François hennebique built his global architectural empire. The collapse of the Rana Plaza in Bangladesh: specific inequality and universal responsability. Life in iPhone city.- Datatopia. Alexa, tell me the truth! Open code: "we will experience an uprising to reclaim our data" Data landscapes. Gig space. Anatomy of an al System: the Amazon echo as an anatomical map of human labor, data, and planetary resources. The knowledge of the profile: on the self-desig of digital culture. Notes toward a history and theory of the trend. Forensic architecture. Medium design. The new normal.- ARCH + features the Bauhaus: a redeeming requiem. Burying the Bauhaus. "High culture is the wrong place for punks is they want to rock the theater stage. Photographic essay.-
Ubicación física:
724.6 / NGO
Tipo de material:
[Material Impreso]