Arquitectura Viva 225: Vida Y Virus
The unprecedented covid-19 crisis has killed hundreds of thousands worldwide, threatened our way of life, and called some of our fundamental values into question. Arquitectura Viva cannot be indifferent to any of this, so this issue addresses the vicissitudes of the pandemic and the reverberations it is bound to have on architecture. Six articles by experts – including John Gray, Slavoj Žižek, Richard Ingersoll, José María Ezquiaga, Paz Martín, and Ramón Araujo – tackle themes that range from the political repercussions of the situation to the need for new hospital models, touching as well on the pandemic’s connection to climate change, impact on cities, and effects on building types.
|80 p, ills colour & bw, 24 x 30 cm, pb, Spanish/English|