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?
by Brendan Moran
A cunning demonstation.
by Isabelle Kirkham-Lewitt
The futility of a home that serves nobody and needs no one.
by Lluís Alexandre Casanovas Blanco
New York’s shelter system, to the letter of the law.
by Emanuel Admassu
A story of adaptable agency.
by Tanya Gershon
Passbooks, permits and the art of public life.
by Neyran Turan
Toward a new materialism.
by Chris Perry
Not for ‘us’ alone.
by Neeraj Bhatia
Architecture and the open work.
by Patrick Joseph Craine
Adaptation through specificity.
by Esteban de Backer
The architecture of Pragmatism.
A conversation with Juan Herreros
An instrument to simplify the world.
A conversation with Mahadev Raman
Triple bottom line.
A conversation with Yoshiharu Tsukamoto
A conversation with Craig Schwitter
Actually, we have extra.
A conversation with Kersten Geers
An economy of means.
by Forrest Meggers
Behind the modern curtain wall, and beyond the central stack.
by Wolfgang Kessling and Christian Oberdorf, Transsolar
Don’t let performance kill the poetry.
by Gabriel Fries-Briggs, Brendan Shea and Nicholas Pajerski of Reimaging
How to improvise with robots.
by Travis Jared Marmarellis Bunt and Mathew Staudt, with Tat Lam and Timmie King Hong Tsang
Re-processing Beijing’s hutong villages.