Log 44 Fall 2018

Cynthia Davidson Ed.

Publisher Anyone Corporation

ISBN 9780999237328

Idea Code 19123

In this instalment diverse perspectives question the place of architecture and architectural discourse right now. Contributors include Rafael Moneo, who searches for a new historical paradigm no longer centred on modernism; Pier Vittorio Aureli, who offers a comprehensive history of how the grid has been used to organise the socio-economics of cities; and Michelle Chang, who proposes vagueness as a critical position and source of creativity. Also in this issue, works by Luigi Moretti and OMA are examined, and an interview with Daniel Libeskind and analysis by Fred Bernstein take stock of the World Trade Center site fifteen years after the competition to rebuild Ground Zero.

168 p, ills colour & bw, 17 x 24 cm, pb, English


Log 44 Fall 2018