Deschooling Society. Learning in the Networked Era

In the past decade the architect’s role, and consequently the way knowledge about architecture is shared, have undergone a radical shift. Several pedagogical experiments that have emerged in the past years can be understood as a clear response to the generalised – and problematic – economic, social and political situation. Economic growth from the 1980s […]

Posted at 10:17 am on July 18, 2015 | 1 comment | Filed Under: Architecture, Books, cities, Science, urbanism | Tagged: , , , , | Continue reading

Bullfighting

At the very moment we’re working in the final edits for a publication to be presented next week in Athens, news come confirming that negotiations on Greek bailout deal are broken. Inevitably the words by Eyal Weizman come to our minds when referring to dilemmas as one of the elements of ancient Greek tragedy. Those […]

Posted at 8:23 pm on June 27, 2015 | Leave a comment | Filed Under: Architecture | Continue reading

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