The SAGE handbook of architectural theory
- Los Angeles ; London ; New Delhi ; Singapore ; Washington DC : SAGE Publications, 2012.
- Physical description
- xviii, 753 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Introduction - 1: Architectural Theory in an Expanded Field - C. Greig Crysler, Stephen Cairns and Hilde Heynen Introduction - 2: Reading the Handbook - C Greig Crysler, Stephen Cairns, Hilde Heynen PART ONE: POWER/DIFFERENCE/EMBODIMENT Introduction: Shifting Paradigms and Concerns - Hilde Heynen and Gwendolyn Wright Architecture, Capitalism and Criticality - Ole W Fischer Interrogating Difference: Post-Colonial Perspectives in Architecture and Urbanism - Jyoti Hosagrahar Tendencies and Trajectories: Feminist Approaches in Architecture - Jane Rendell Section 1 Bibliography Citizenship - Ines Weizman PART TWO: AESTHETICS/PLEASURE/EXCESS Introduction: Architecture and Aesthetics - John Macarthur and Naomi Stead Architectural Phenomenology and the Rise of the Postmodern - Jorge Otero-Pailos Formalism and Forms of Practice - Sandra Kaji-O'Grady Art in (and of) Architecture: Autonomy and Medium - Bart Verschaffel Section 2 Bibliography Consumption - Ana Miljacki PART THREE: NATION/WORLD/SPECTACLE Introduction: Enacting Modernity - AbdouMaliq Simone Rethinking the Nation - Abidin Kusno Entangled Modernities in Architecture - Duanfang Lu Notes on the Society of the Brand - Shiloh Krupar and Stefan Al Section 3 Bibliography Heritage - Fernando Diez PART FOUR: HISTORY/MEMORY/TRADITION Introduction: Time's Arrows: Spaces of the Past - C Greig Crysler Preservation and Modernity: Competing Perspectives, Contested Histories and the Question of Authenticity - Mrinalini Rajagopalan Collective Memory Under Siege: The Case of 'Heritage Terrorism' - M Christine Boyer Concepts of Vernacular Architecture - Robert Brown and Daniel Maudlin Section 4 Bibliography Culture - Paul Walker PART FIVE: DESIGN/PRODUCTION/PRACTICE Introduction: Architecture's Double-Bind - Dana Cuff Prometheus Unchained: The Multiple Itineraries of Contemporary Professional Freedom - Paolo Tombesi Manners of Working: Fabricating Representation in Digital Based Design - Christopher Hight Plural Profession, Discrepant Practices - David Salomon Section 5 Bibliography Flows - Stephen Cairns PART SIX: SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY/VIRTUALITY Introduction: Technology, Science and Virtuality - Arie Graafland and Heidi Sohn Virtual Architecture, Actual Media - N. Katherine Hayles and Todd Gannon Technology, Virtuality, Materiality - Antoine Picon Architecture, Technology and the Body: From the Pre-Human to the Post-Human - Jonathan Hale Section 6 Bibliography Infrastructure - Delia Duong Ba Wendel PART SEVEN: NATURE/ECOLOGY/SUSTAINABILITY Introduction: Whither 'Earthly' Architectures: Constructing Sustainability - Simon Guy The Ecology Question and Architecture - Richard Ingersoll Beyond Sustainability: Architecture in the Renewable City - Peter Droege Tropical Variants of Sustainable Architecture: A Post-Colonial Perspective - Jiat-Hwee Chang Section 7 Bibliography Landscape - Kelly Shannon PART EIGHT: CITY/METROPOLIS/TERRITORY Introduction: Metropolis, Megalopolis and Meta-City - Brian McGrath and Grahame Shane The Contemporary European Urban Project: Archipelago City, Diffuse City and Reverse City. - Paola Vigano Slum as Theory: Mega-Cities and Urban Models - Vyjayanthi Rao Common Lines of Flight towards the Open City - Deborah Natsios Section 8 Bibliography Housing - Iain Low.
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- Publisher's Summary
- The Sage Handbook of Architectural Theory documents and builds upon the most innovative developments in architectural theory over the last two decades. Bringing into dialogue a range of geographically, institutionally and historically competing positions, the book examines and explores parallel debates in related fields. The book is divided into eight sections: Power/Difference/Embodiment; Aesthetics/Pleasure/Excess; Nation/World/Spectacle; History/Memory/Tradition; Design/Production/Practice; Science/Technology/Virtuality; Nature/Ecology/Sustainability; and City/Metropolis/Territory. Creating openings for future lines of inquiry and establishing the basis for new directions for education, research and practice, the book is organized around specific case studies to provide a critical, interpretive and speculative enquiry into the relevant debates in architectural theory. A methodical, authoritative and comprehensive addition to the literature, the Handbook is suitable for academics, researchers and practioners in architecture, urban studies, cultural studies, sociology and geography.
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- Publication date
- edited by C. Greig Crysler, Stephen Cairns and Hilde Heynen.
- Title Variation
- Architectural theory
- Winner of Choice Magazine Outstanding Reference/Academic Book Award 2013.
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