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Shifting economies have left the world's post-industrial cities with isolated zones of abandonment - iconic yet dormant sites that are both physically and culturally vacant. These sites are typically dislocated, contaminated, and often construed as a danger to be made safe or an economic burden to be made profitable. They exist within the urban fabric, though through disuse or disconnection, they exist distinct from that fabric.

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 24
PreviewIssue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2006Ambient loop studioPraeger, Henri; Abel, Chris
2006Subtractive networks studioIwamoto, Lisa; Scott, Craig
2006Void/Threshold studioRouillon, Jaime
2006Soft inversions-
2006Responsive environment studioYamashiro, Satoru; Hidaka, Jin
2006Emancipation of the surface: architecture of spatial dislocation: framing the 'soft inversions' installation by the re studioBowra, Liz
2006Rethinking parametersSchnabel, Marc Aurel
2006Soft responses to a hard placeAbel, Chris
2006Postcard from a 21st century cityKumic, Ingo
2006A brief, an island and a chance to enhance design cultureWalsh, Christopher
2006Cockatoo: dérive as programEchanove, Matias
2006The fat, the old and the beautiful: material process and frictional resistance on the body of architectureReinhardt, Dagmar
2006ParallelismsRouillon, Jaime
2006Deadalus: a fable for Cockatoo [19 rituals of resistance + re-inhabitation]Rivard, Thomas A.
2006Systems of change, reality and revelation: program matters more than we expect!Praeger, Henri
2006The mould loftHyde, Olivia; Hanna, Samantha
2006A collage of yearningsHeneghan, Tom
2006Sonic islands: sound and responsiveness extending the dimensions of spaceBeilharz, Kirsty
2007A brand new urbanism: making the competitive city in a globalizing economy of cultural capitalKumic, Ingo
2007Soft architecture/soft urbanism: the paradigm shift in architecture and urban design caused by media technologyHidaka, Jin
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 24