Issue 03, Performance

Forensic Methodology

A symposium with speakers Orit Halpern, Andrés Jaque, Hod Lipson and Michael Sorkin. Organized by Esteban de Backer, David Isaac Hecht, Alejandro Stein and Che-Wei Yeh. Moderated by Janette Kim, Diana Martinez, Leah Meisterlin and Susanne Schindler.

How does architectural research work?

Contributors

EMILY ABRUZZO Contributor. Emily Abruzzo, AIA, LEED AP is partner in ABRUZZO BODZIAK ARCHITECTS, recipients of the 2010 Architectural League Prize, AIA New Practices New York 2012, and selected for the New York City Department of Design + Construction Excellence Program. She is a Fellow of The Forum and Institute for Urban Design, and a […]

Announcements

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: ISSUE 05 CONFLICTS OF INTEREST “Conflicts of interest” are said to compromise the impartiality of research, but what would it mean to be disinterested? Ethical codes warn us that researchers’ objectivity can be corrupted by a clashing set of interests—those of funding agencies, clients and publics, as well as researchers’ self-interest in […]

Bibliography

A Aarts, Emile., Réné Collier, Evert van Loenen, and Boris de Ruyter, eds. Ambient Intelligence. Proceedings from the First European Symposium, EUSAI 2003, Veldhoven, the Netherlands, November 3–4, 2003 (Berlin: Springer Verlag, 2003). Cited in Schnee. Aarts, Emile., Rick Harwig, and Martin Schuurmans, “Ambient intelligence.” The Invisible Future: The Seamless Integration of Technology into Everyday Life, ed. Peter J. […]