Volume 43 10 Years Of Volume
The more developed a society is, the less self-sufficient it becomes: services and amenities are centrally systemised and distributed, from housing and energy, to culture and justice. Yet could decentralised and self-reliant become the norm? The economic crisis made us more aware that we, as individuals, but also as a global community, have new options available. This instalment focuses on housing and self-building as a field of interest, examining phenomena such as creating space, communal resilience, collaborative bricolage, necessary collectivity, and urban theatrics. With contributions by Adri Duivesteijn, René Boer, Stefan Ghenciulescu, and many others.
|120 p, ills colour & bw, 20 x 27 cm, pb, English|