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The Stretching And The Dissolution Of The Block Concept

If we consider only the large Siedlungen, everything changed after Riedhof-west (1927-30), which showed the transition by being rationalist in the details of its units, but which still clearly showed its urban references. With the last phase of Praunheim (1928), the rationalist principles took over from the picturesque nature of the garden city. Exceptions such as staggered blocks, the corners or ends of rows treatment, are progressively abandoned while industrialization and standardization into types developed. The large Siedlungen no more played on the grid differences in the interior ofthe same development, as in the previous phases, nor on the affirmation of a pre-existing urban order, but on the systematic repetition of a unit (the row) and on the affirmation of an internal logic, independent of the contextual conditions of the site. They referred to a simple combinatory logic, which suppressed all traces of the block. Westhausen (1929), Lindenbaum (Gropius, 1930) Miquelstrasse...

You Too Can Be Like Us American Materials Spaces and Skills to Europe 19451958

However, not all professionals immediately fell in line behind U.S. government initiatives where construction was concerned. For example, in a 1948 official statement, the American Society of Civil Engineers expressed its concern about government-sponsored building initiatives overseas, affirming that the U.S. government should only 'prepare designs, plans, specifications, or engage in supervision of construction of projects for foreign governments when the national interest demands such actions' (Civil Engineering, 1950, 20, p. 335). The reality, however, was that several engineering companies received a significant corporate boost by virtue of their postwar European construction and planning work Parsons, Brinckerhoff and TAMS (New York) Stone & Webster (Boston) Morrison-

An Island shaped like a Palm Tree

That description, however, has been adopted by officials and is being used extensively in the media. Also, the literal and figurative are used not only in the site plan of the islands but extends to the design of some of the major buildings such as the Palm Centers - which will include a transport interchange for boats and a retail setting - where the design is 'inspired by the Nymphea or Water Lily and resembles a large flower on a reflecting

Laminates Enhance Little Chef Makeover

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Typological Research and Renaissance Treatises

Pratolino Plan

Certainly, it is far more legitimate to study the origins, derivations and references to pre-existing buildings and specific models in the case of the first major villas built by the leading families in the early 15th century (for the Medici family Trebbio, Cafaggiolo, Careggi, Fiesole). For one thing, these work were signed and were already full participants in that early affirmation of humanist thought whose orientation we have outlined in the previous chapter. Although discovery of the Ancient world was a decisive factor in the ensuing artistic direction of the early Renaissance, at this stage knowledge of it appears not to have been absorbed, nor its models or prototypes adopted, in this area of architecture

Design culture buildings and users

And a homogeneous public, was often little more than a re-affirmation of existing socio-spatial dispositions and practices or responding to what Young (1990 4) calls the mainstream, that is, 'white European male norms of reason and respectability'. This was a world without disabled people or where gender was little more than the perpetuation of patriarchal relations. It was also a world where bodies were reduced to an asexual status and where architecture and design was conceived of, as Bloomer and Moore (1977 ix) argue, to a 'highly specialised system with a set of prescribed technical goals rather than a sensual social art responsive to real human desires and feelings'.

The Voices Of Experience 1936

Typically, Rava was the first to adopt a new line of rhetoric. Outlining his views on the new imperial capital, Addis Ababa, in 1936, he began to use the segregationist language that would become common architects' parlance within the year. In perfect keeping with the new ambient rhetoric of Italian Empire, he advocated the total separation of the European city from the native one, and . . . adequate zoning . . . both of which are essential for all sound and vital creation of new colonial centers.17 In addition to this binary segregation, he was in favor of a monumental city center, a true . . . governmental acropolis which, like the Ethiopian Emperor's compound, the ghebi, would act on the native mentality, impressing it with the isolated grandeur of power.18 It is hard to imagine a colonial-urban configuration less like Rava's own earlier object of admiration, the Tripoli oasis. But he and others were beginning to think of colonial works in terms of their effect on the natives...

Recycling and greening

Cities should signal enthusiastically that they are in the green field - too few do at the moment. For example, the public sector owns thousands of vehicles. Think of the impact of hordes of green electric cars and perhaps even green taxis suitably moving around. The subliminal message would be strong. Many cities already have environmental initiatives and incentives. How about pulling them together into a designated area identified as an environmental zone, where clustering would make their impact stronger than spreading them out One might even consider innovative branding devices such as clustering different subsidies, for recycling, say, or the use

From traditional to modern society

The cultural heritage may be defined as the entire corpus of material signs - either artistic or symbolic - handed on by the past to each culture and, therefore, to the whole of humankind. As a constituent part of the affirmation and enrichment of cultural identities, as a legacy belonging to all humankind, the cultural heritage gives each particular place its recognizable features and is the storehouse of human experience. The preservation and the presentation of the cultural heritage are therefore a corner-stone of any cultural policy.

Approval Can Take Time

Whatever you do, don't rush your building inspector by imposing your own deadlines and time frames. Approval can take one day or, in extreme cases, a year or more. Even if the inspector has no problem with straw bale construction, other adjustments to your plans may be required. Be patient and courteous during this process. Building inspectors wield a fair bit of authority and can choose to seriously delay your project. Maintaining a positive attitude is your best defense. Gaining permit approval can be a bit nerve-wracking, but it shouldn't deter you from putting your plans into action.

Design development The harbour

The park consists of different elements which are described and analysed separately below. Many different approaches towards design have been combined. In the design of Vestmanna Plads, the Lawns and the Playground, the designers listened carefully to the wishes of the residents. The design for the Waterfront, the Festival Place, Halfdan's Passage and the Market Place were informed by respect for the history and character of the place, as well as a positive attitude towards the recycling and reuse of existing features. The diagonal paths crossing the lawns, the curved walls at Reykjaviks

Relation To Previous Writing

There are two differences between this book and my previous writing first, I write here in the first person, having previously used the academic third person because it seemed to place greater value on the material than on my view of it. Perhaps now I am relaxed enough to see 'I' as affirming a legitimate presence of the writer in what is discussed. The second difference is a shift in position since I wrote Art, Space and the City a move away from public art - which I now see as a departure subsumed back into a main stream that has itself become more fractured and interesting - towards cultural practices which are critical regardless of category or site, and which in many cases collapse the boundaries of production and reception. If it all looks like work at the edges, this only suggests the obsolescence of the categories used hitherto. Manfredo Tafuri argues that 'It is useless to propose purely architectural alternatives' (Tafuri, 1976 181) and Iain Borden notes the death of an...

Yasser Elsheshtawy

Located next to this tower is another mega project in which the city is embarking on a 1.5 billion development to create 'the largest man-made island' in the Arabian Gulf, a project which, it is claimed, is 'visible from outer space'. Shaped like a palm tree (in its site plan) the island is appropriately known as 'The Palm-Jumeirah' and will contain exclusive residences, hotels and shopping entertainment facilities. The palm was chosen because it is 'one of Dubai's most enduring symbols of life and abundance' - another allusion to the past. Both of these projects are physically removed from the shore and are accessible via bridges, thus highlighting their exclusive nature. Their image - whether it is sails or palms - is directed towards the global media thus affirming what some have described as being 'the most globalized of all Arab societies'.1

Symbols Signs and Discourse

The aftermath of the political and social upheavals of 1968 prompted a dramatic critique of urban studies in the West and hastened along a paradigmatic shift in the epistemologies, theories, and methods of studying the city. This shift crystallized over time as a considerable body of scholarship linked various aspects of cities and their historical and contemporary formations to capitalist political economic processes. Influenced by Karl Marx's writings (and, to varying degrees, by Max Weber's), post-1968 urban studies in the United States and Western Europe was committed to understanding processes of accumulation, including real estate speculation, investment, and disinvestment and the importance of state intervention in urban processes such as private development. The built environment of the city was a social construct subjected to dominant power relations, exploitation, and conflict always in play in capitalist social formations. Simultaneously, mounting a critique of mainstream...

Giorgio Grassi Student Housing Chieti

Without much effort one recognizes the compositional elements that make up this style the square, the cube, the equilateral triangle, the circle, the right angle, the orthogonal grid, the tripartite composition, the long, linear, pilastered colonnade, the well-circumscribed space. This manifest affirmation of style as the unifier of all these projects and its widespread, wholehearted acceptance in the mid-1970s were in dramatic contrast to the flamboyant declarations of populism that visual order had come to an end. Occasionally the notion of 'type' was used, in the framework of the rappel a I'ordre, for a ilAJAIAlAlAl semantic and narrative purpose rather than as a stylistic, compositional device. It was

Historic Modern

Even though they claimed to disagree on every score with the Accademici (who advocated using ancient forms without substantial modification), by the early 1930s, Rationalists were also fervently discussing the ancient, seeking a less form-based affirmation in the historic.56 In 1931, Rava, for instance, began to press clearly for an Italianization of Rationalism. In doing so, he turned toward the historic - which in his terms, was still spirit rather than forms - and the Mediterranean. Building on what Rationalists in the 1928 MIAR had described as romanita (Roman-ness), he invoked the Latin spirit (lo spirito latino). He still asserted that if they were true to their unique heritage, Italian architects would become leaders in international architecture but on the other hand, he now asserted that excessive adherence to European modernism would spell sterility for Italian Rationalism.57

Summary

It was an affirmation of nationalism and a proclamation of Cuba's unique sovereignty. As P rez (i995 ix) has noted, the history of Cuba is a chronicle of a people locked in relentless struggle against the byproducts of their history against slavery and racism, inequality and injustice, and uncertainty and insecurity.

Three Objections

Finally, one might wonder Why invoke nature at all Would it not be better to base an aesthetic for the built environment on the nature of that environment, rather than appeal to analogies with 'the natural' Indeed, analogies between nature and city (the 'concrete jungle', e.g.) have typically served to highlight the negative features of the urban. Arnold Berleant notes that, although wilderness has acquired a positive connotation during the past century, when the wilderness metaphor is applied to urban experience the word reverts to its earlier, forbidding sense of a trackless domain uninhabited by humans (Berleant, 2005, 42). But the fact that the analogy with nature has not been used to foster a positive attitude towards urban aesthetics does not mean that it cannot be. For, as I have tried to show, the city shares with the natural environment not only negative qualities, but positive ones as well. In fact, using the analogy in this way is appealing given the lack of work on the...

The Village

There were accents in village life that did not appear in the rhythms of a farm. Many resulted from collective enterprises that extended beyond the village itself. On Sundays or on special holidays, families from surrounding farms flocked to the village and stood around in the park with its maple trees. From here, they crossed the road to the church or to the store where they peeped through the windows at shoes or cloth from New York. Election days marked a political cycle in which the exchange or affirmation of ideas could affect unseen others.

Postscript

The basic texts include Martin Heidegger, The Question Concerning Technology, in The Question Concerning Technology and Other Essays (New York, 1977), 3-35 Herbert Marcuse, From Negative to Positive Thinking Technological Rationality and the Logic of Domination, in One Dimensional Man (Boston, 1964), 144-169 J rgen Habermas, Toward a Rational Society (Boston, 1971), chapters 4-6 and Arnold Gehlen, Man in the Age of Technology (New York, 1980).

Switzerland

Still, it would be a mistake to explain the recent situation as a direct consequence of Rossi's presence in Zurich. In 1996, at the 14th Milan Triennale, new Swiss architecture was presented as a 'Minimal Tradition'. Its curator, Stanislaus von Moos, working alongside Karin Gimmi and Hans Frei, was tracing the presumed minimalism of buildings by Herzog & de Meuron, Diener & Diener, Burkhalter Sumi and Peter Markli back to Max Bill's 'artistic concretion'5 - a very different genealogy indeed, since Bill's focus on scientific rationality strictly excluded any interest in popular forms of art, or in realism in general. For Bill, standardisation was a consequence of the designer's social responsibility, a position that can be compared to Rossi's affirmation of monotony as a result of a typological approach. Bill was involved in the organisation of the Hochschule fur Gestaltung in Ulm, Germany, conceived as the New Bauhaus. He became the first rector of the school in 1954, and the...

Narrative Museum

Narrative, as Other to the aspirational society in which it is situated. It is a national museum in depicting the not-here, affirming the civilisation of the state which houses the museum by setting it against barbarism. The situation of the Jewish Museum in Berlin is different, in a state of both victims and perpetrators. It has a small collection of archive material hitherto on temporary display at the Martin Gropius Bau, but there was a previous Jewish Museum in Berlin, which opened in January 1933 with an exhibition of paintings by Max Liebermann and members of the Berlin Secession. Restricted to Jewish visitors by the Nuremberg Laws, and its shows to Jewish (that is, degenerate) artists, it was dismantled in 1938 and its artifacts lost. Fifty years later the Senate of the German Federal Republic approved funding for a new building to house the Jewish Museum Department of the Berlin Museum, established in 1961 when the M rkische Museum of the city's history became inaccessible...

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