An Artificial Order
The purpose of this Blog is to portray an ongoing architectural research project that draws on three main phases: analysis, program, project. The research is intended to set the basis for the development of an architectural and political theory and practice. The first stage (analysis) is part of my MPhil thesis.
'Architecture is Physics made flesh'
– Juan Borchers
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- Emancipatory Horizons: The Possibility of a Revolutionary Architectural Practice (Introduction + Conclusions + Full PDF Thesis)
- UNCTAD III: Contradictory Architecture (Draft)
- The Social Production of Architecture (Draft)
- The Architecture of Acts  and the Abstraction of Labour
- The Artificial Order
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Amendment to the research structure: the method of presentation of contents After going through an internal discussion on the suitability of the current research structure to some methodological and practical considerations I concluded the following: that it is not advisable … Continue reading
Projecting Horizons: Architecture, Capitalism and Radical Politics By Patricio De Stefani (written in June 2011) Architecture’s relation to nature and society has always been a tricky one. However, is not precisely in the mode of this elemental relationship that all … Continue reading