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Torino joins 10 global cities in a 72hr WorkJam for Japan: OpenJapan

Wednesday, June 8, 2011 14:11 4 Comments

Cluster is pleased to host ‘Open Japan‘ a 72hr volunteer workJam which will bring together architects and designers across 10 global cities from June 10 – 12 2011 to produce ideas for a sustainable future in the areas destroyed by the earthquake and tsunami which struck Japan on March 11 2011. ‘OpenJapan’ is an initiative […]

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Bombsite(s)

Wednesday, June 8, 2011 10:58 No Comments

Post by Per-Johan Dahl| This post is a new entry on No Place to Hide: an online map of potential places VIEW PROJECTS ON THE MAP HERE Title: Bombsite(s) Place: Lund Institute of Technology School of Architecture, Sweden Type: Event Author: Guy Lafranchi, Per-Johan Dahl Date: October 28 to 31, 2001 http://maps.google.com Description: Bombsite(s) was […]

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La Haban Vieja: Walls – Terrace – Metainstitute

Wednesday, May 25, 2011 9:53 No Comments

Post by Corrado Curti | This post is a new entry on No Place to Hide: an online map of potential places VIEW PROJECTS ON THE MAP HERE Title: La Haban Vieja: Walls – Terrace – Metainstitute Place: La Habana, Cuba, 23°8′0″N 82°23′0″W Type: Project Author: Lebbeus Woods Date: 1995 http://maps.google.com Description: The proposal by […]

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A Call for Kami: Talking to Marcos Novak

Tuesday, May 17, 2011 11:45 1 Comment

On 12 February 2011, RIEAch’s Per-Johan Dahl met with architect and media theorist Marcos Novak at Novel Cafe in Downtown Los Angeles to talk about current conditions of space making. Sitting just a few blocks from SCI Arc, the discussion circulated around issues of algorithms, cultural connections, and the need for kami in contemporary discourse. […]

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Intervista a Reena Tiwari: Il simbolismo dell’architettura dovrebbe essere sociale

Monday, May 16, 2011 10:47 1 Comment

Post di Gricelys Rosario Per leggere l’intervista in inglese clicca qui: Talking with Reena Tiwari: the symbolism of architecture should be social Reena Tiwari, designer urbana, teorica di strategie di sviluppo delle città e docente  presso l’University of Technology di Perth, è stata una dei protagonisti della conferenza tenutasi a Torino il 16 aprile nell’ambito […]

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