Posts Tagged ‘Rem Koolhaas’

Non c’è un unico modo per definire la democrazia: intervista a Rem Koolhaas

Tuesday, May 3, 2011 12:58 1 Comment

Post di Gricelys Rosario Per leggere l’intervista in inglese clicca qui: There is no one-way to define democracy: An Interview with Rem Koolhaas Questa è la prima di una serie di interviste raccolte nell’ambito degli incontri organizzati dalla seconda edizione di Biennale Democrazia, svoltasi a Torino dal 13 al 17 aprile 2011 ed organizzata dalla […]

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There is no one-way to define democracy: An Interview with Rem Koolhaas

Wednesday, April 27, 2011 12:13 6 Comments

Posted by Gricelys Rosario To read this post in Italian click here: Non c’è un unico modo per definire la democrazia: intervista a Rem Koolhaas This entry is the first of a series of interviews conducted by Cluster in occasion of the second edition of the Democracy Biennial held in Turin from April 12 -17 […]

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Towards an informed democracy: doubt, think, choose

Tuesday, April 26, 2011 13:18 2 Comments

Posted by Gricelys Rosario (This article is also available in Italian, please click on italian in the menu bar) Lecture Review: Rem Koolhaas “Architecture and democracy” 2011 Democracy Biennial l Teatro Carignano l April 15th, 2011 Sponsored by Turin’s Architect Association Foundation (Fondazione OAT) © Jana Sebestova, photo courtesy of Fondazione OAT One might have […]

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Vertical Density And High – Rise Development

Friday, February 27, 2009 17:20 3 Comments

Posted by Cluster written by Marcia Caines, Cluster ‘The Living Bridge’ Nicola and Adelaide Marchi courtesy eVolo Vertical density, due to rapid urban growth, has transformed the skylines of Asian cities such as Shanghai and Taipei beyond recognition and with the population implosion in megacities this phenomenon is escalating. In Eastern Europe multinationals and banks […]

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