Log 27 Winter/ Spring 2013
|Author||Cynthia Davidson Ed.|
In this issue, diverse observations on architecture and the contemporary city are made by an assortment of contributors. Among them, Julie Rose reviews ‘Cities Without Ground: A Hong Kong Guidebook’, François Roche contrasts Paris and Bangkok, and Hajime Yatsuka experiments with the concept of megalopolis in Tokyo; Tom Kovac speculates on the 100-year city using Maribor’s recent initiatives as his focus, while Tom Daniell plunges into the outrageous urban phenomenon of Macau; Peter Trammer ponders the city as object, Emmanuel Petit projects the post-ironic city, and Mechtild Widrich writes about the spatial implications of the Monument to Freedom in Leipzig.
|144 p, ills colour & bw, 16 x 23 cm, pb, English|