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Chronograms of Architecture
If we look at buildings as architects, what matters is not so much what digital technologies can do, but what we could not do without them. This is the critical component of innovation, and only an enquiry into this creative leap may help us understand why and how digital tools have changed the way architecture is conceived and built, and the way it looks.
Where is Here?
Malique Mohamud
For the past few years, we’ve been working together with the community of Bospolderplein, another public square in Rotterdam West, on a project called Het Plein, or “the square.”
Chronograms of Architecture
Urtzi Grau and Francesca Hughes
Given that architecture’s future is written in its schools, we contend that of the many predictive diagrams that Charles Jencks produced, it was his 1969 dissimilarity matrix of the most future-shaping architects of the day that possessed the keenest foresight.
March 24, 2023
The Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture
Research and Teaching Fellow
March 23, 2023
The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture
Workshop and public lecture with artist Jorge Pardo
March 22, 2023
Lisbon Architecture Triennale
Territorial Agency to curate seventh edition

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