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Studio 2 – 2006/2007

Bibliography « Relational Architecture »

 

 

Relational practices

Nicolas Bourriaud, Relational Aesthetics, Les Presse du Reel

public works, if you can’t find us give us a ring, ARTicle Press / Ixia

Jess Fernie, Two Minds, Artists and Architects in Collaboration, Black Dog Publishing

Claire Doherty, From Studio to Situation, Black Dog Publishing
Manuel Castells , The Rise of the Networked Society , Blackwell 1996

Gregory Sholette, The Interventionists: Users’ Manual for the Creative

Disruption of Everyday Life’,

Bruno Latour (2005). Reassembling the Social: An Introduction to Actor-Network-Theory (Oxford: Oxford University Press)

Bruno Latour, Peter Weibel, Making things public, ZKM MIT Press 2005

http://www.ensmp.fr/~latour/livres/index.html

http://www.ensmp.fr/~latour/expositions/002_parliament.html

John Law and John Hassard (eds) (1999). Actor Network Theory and After (Oxford and Keele: Blackwell and the Sociological Review).

http://www.networkedcultures.org/

http://www.networkcultures.org

http://netlab.audc.org/, http://varnelis.net/network_culture

http://netpublics.annenberg.edu/

Ned Rossiter, Organized Networks

Media Theory, Creative Labour, New Institutions

Socio-politics & architecture

Jonathan Hill, The illegal architect

Jonathan Hill, The architecture matters
INURA, The Contested Metropolis, Birkhäuser Verlag 2004

Edward W. Soja, “History: Geography: Modernity,” in Postmodern Geographies – The Reassertion of Space in Critical Social Theory

Edward W. Soja, Third Spaces

Territories , Islands, Camps and Other States of Utopia , Kunstwerk Institute of Contemporary Art, Berlin 2003

Eyal Weizman, Civil Occupation

Steve Pile and Michael Keith (ed), Geographies of resistance, – London : Routledge, 1997

Benjamin Shepard, Ronald Hayduk, From Act up to Wto, urban protest and community building in the era of globalisation

Jonathan Hill, Actions of Architecture: Architects and Creative Users (Routledge, 2003,

Team 10, 1953 – 1981, In Search of a Utopia of the Present
INURA, The Contested Metropolis, Birkhäuser Verlag 2004

http://www.etuipop.de/ErsatzStadt
Sarai reader 2 : The cities of the everyday life – http://www.sarai.net/journal/reader2.html,

Territories , Islands, Camps and Other States of Utopia , Kunstwerk Institute of Contemporary Art, Berlin 2003

Archilab Orleans 2004, The Naked City

Arjen Mulder (ed), Transurbanism, V2_ NAI Publishers 2002

Michel de Certeau, The Practice of Everyday Life

Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari: Thousand Plataeus,

Gilles Deleuze, Claire Parnet Dialogues
Felix Guattari: The Three Ecologies, The Molecular Revolution, The Micropolitics of Desire, Chaosmosis: An ethico-aesthetic paradigm

Michel Foucault, “Of Other Spaces: Utopias and Heterotopias,” in Architecture Culture 1943-1968

Marc Auge, Non-place

Henri Lefevbre, The production of Space

Dolores Hayden, The Power of Place

Steve Pile and Michael Keith (ed), Geographies of resistance, – London : Routledge, 1997
Stefano Boeri (ed.), Uncertain State of Europe: Multiplicity USE . A Trip Through a Changing Europe
http://www.useproject.net
Kenny Cupers, Markus Miessen. Spaces of uncertainty, Wuppertal : Verlag Müller and Busmann, 2002.

Doreen Massey, Space, Place and Gender, Cambridge, Polity Press

Thomas Y. Levin, Ursula Frohne and Peter Weibel (Eds.), CTRL [SPACE]: Rhetorics of Surveillance from Bentham to Big Brother (MIT Press, 2002)

Neil Leach, Rethinking Architecture

Mike Davis, City of Quartz

Colin Ward, Talking to Architects, Freedom Press

Cedric Price, The Square Book, Wiley-Academy

Jane Jacobs, The Death and Life of Great American Cities

Dolores Hayden, The Power of Place

Michel S. Laguerre, The Informal City, Palgrave Macmillan

Joan Ockman (ed),The Pragmatist Imagination: Thinking about “things in the making”, Princeton Architectural Press

Paul Hirst, Space and Power: Politics, War and Architecture, Routledge

Participation

Jonathan Hughes & Simon Sadler, The Non-plan : Essays on freedom participation and change in Modern Architecture and Urbanism, Architectural Press, 2001
The Community Planning handbook

Earthscan Publication Ltd, London 2000

The Architecture Foundation, Toolkit for Participatory Design [to source publisher]

Muf, a muf manual (this is what we do), Ellipsis, 2001

PB Jones, D.Petrescu and J.Till, Architecture and Participation, Spon 2005

Kyong Park /ICUE, Urban Ecology Detroit and Beyond, MAP Book Publishers, 2005

Bartolomeo Pietromarchi, The [un] common place: art, public space and urban Æstetics in Europe (Actar, 2005)

Jonathon Hill, Actions of Architecture: Architects and Creative Users (Routledge, 2003)

Theories of Space

Luce Irigaray, An Ethics of the Sexual Difference (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1985)

Elisabeth Grosz Space, Time and Perversion ( London: Routledge 1995)

Gillian Rose, Feminism & Geography Polity Press,1993

D. Hofstader, Fluid Concepts and creative analogies, Penguin 1995

Gregory Ulmer, Heuretics : The logics of Invention, John Hopkins University Press, 1994

B. Hillier, Julienne Hanson , The Social Logic of Space, Cambridge University Press 1989

Bill Hillier, Space is the Machine

Peter Weibel (ed) Surroundings Surrounded – Essay on Space and Science MIT Press

Katherine Shonfield, ‘The use of fiction’, in Iain Borden and Jane Rendell Intersections: Architectural Histories and Critical Theories (Routledge, 2000)

Doreen Massey, For Space, Routledge 2005

Self-organisation

Sennett, R (1970) The Uses of Disorder

Manuel Castells , The Informational City, Blackwell 1989

Kevin Kelley, “Swarms and Networks” in Network Urbanism- Oasis 53, 2000

Manuel de Landa, A thousand Years of Nonlinear History, Chapt. “Sandstone and Granite”, (New York 1997, Swerve Editions, 1997)

Mitchel Resnick, Turtles, Termites and Traffic Jams, Cambridge Massachusetts: The MIT Press 1994

Maturana, Humberto, and Francisco Varela, Autopoiesis and Cognition: The Realization of the Living, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science [ Cohen, Robert S., and Marx W. Wartofsky (eds.)], Vol. 42, Dordecht: D. Reidel Publishing Co., 1980.

Mingers, John,Self-Producing Systems: Implications and Applications of Autopoiesis, New York: Plenum Publishing, 1994.

Luhmann, Niklas , Social Systems,, Stanford CA: Stanford University Press, 1995.

Morgan, Gareth, Images of Organization, Beverly Hills CA: Sage, 1986.

Anaya Roy, “Urban Informality” (http://globetrotter.berkeley.edu/NewGeog/urban.html)

Sustainability

Adrian Benkers, Ed von Hinte, Lightness, The inevitable renaissance of minimal energy structures, A10 Publishers, 1998

Ed van Hinte, Conny Backer, Trespassers : Inspirations for eco-efficient design, A10 Publishers, 1999

Ed van Hinte, Marc Neelen, al, Smart Architecture ; http://www.smartach.nl

Richard Rogers, Cities for a Small Planet, Faber and Faber Limited, 1997

Kate Soper, What is Nature?

Amerigo Marras ed., Eco-Tec, Architecture of the In-Between, Princeton 1999

2040-1998 – Technology, key to sustainable prosperity

STD (Sustainable Technological Development) Ten Hagen & Stam bv, The Hague, 1997

Paul Hawken, The Ecology of Commerce – how business can save the planet

Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London 1993

Dorothy Mackenzie, Green Design – Design for the Environment, Laurence King Publishing, London, 1997

Ed van Hinte, Eternally Yours – visions on product endurance, 010 Publishers, Rotterdam 1997

Ernst von Weizscker, Amory B. Lovins and L. Huntler Lovis, Factor Four – doubling wealth, having resource use , Earthscan Publishers, London 1997
Futur Compost (Compound Future) – Design in Barcelona for the next century, Institut de Cultura de Barcelona, 1999

HiCAT,Hiper Catalunia Research Territories, Actar 2004

Klaus Daniels, Low tech, Light-tech High-tech; Building in the Information Age, Birkhauser Publishers, Basel, Boston, Berlin 1998
Paul Hawken, Amory Lovins and L. Hunter Lovins, Natural Capitalism; Creating the Next Industrial Revolution, Earthscan, London, 1999
Ed van Hinte, Smart design, Netherlands Design Institute, Amsterdam 1998
Jeremy Millar and Michiel Schwartz Speed – Visions of an Accelerated Age , The Photographers Gallery, London 1998
Ed Melet, Sustainable Architecture , NAI Publishers, Rotterdam, 1999
Robert Ayres Turning Point – The End of the growth paradigm

Earthscan Publishers, London 1998

Matthew Simon et al. Ecodesign Navigator – A key resource in the drive towards environmentally efficient products

Abalos&Herreros, Recycling Madrid , Actar, 2001

Janine M. Benyus, Biomimicry : Innovation inspired by nature 1997, William Morrow & Company, New York

Felix Guattari, The Object of Ecosophy, in Amerigo Marras ed. , Eco-Tec, Architecture of the In-Between, Princeton 1999

Michael Hough, Cities and Natural Process, Routledge, 1995

Creativity and the City: How the creative economy is changing the city, Reflect #5

Mobility

Paul Virilio, Speed and Politics, The Lost Dimension, Mobility, Critical Space

Rosi Braidotti, Nomadic subjects

Walter Benjamin, The Arcades Project, Belknop Press, Cambridge Mass., 1999

Walter Benjamin, ‘A Berlin Chronicle’, in One-Way Street and Other Writings, NLB, London, 1979.

Iain Sinclair, London Orbital, 2002
Five Minutes City, Architecture and (Im)mobility

Forum & Workshop Rotterdam 2002

Mobility : A Room with a View, NAI Publishers 2003

The Metropolis Dictionary of Advanced Architecture

City, Technology and Society in the information age, Actar 2003

Greenfield, Adam. Two psychogeographies: Archigram and the Situationists. v-2 Organisation, 2000.

Hutchinson, Sikivu. Imagining Transit: Race, Gender, and Transportation Politics in Los Angeles. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2003.

Francesco Careri, Walkscapes
UN Studio, Move, Amsterdam : UN Studio & Goose Press, 1999

Bruce Chatwin, The Songlines, Viking, New York, 1987

Guy Debord, Society of Spectacle; Theory of the Dérive and other Situationist writings on the city

Simon Sadler, The Situationist City

Marc Wigley – Constant’s New Babylon : the hyper-architecture of desire. – Rotterdam : Witte de With, 1998

Marc Wigley – The activist drawing: retracing situationist architectures from Constant’… – New York : The Drawing Center; Cambridge, Mass.; London : MIT Press, 2001

Steve Pile and Nigel Thrift (ed) City A-Z, London : Routledge, 2000

Scott Lash and John Urry Economies of Sign and Space, Sociology Beyond Societies: Mobilities for the Twenty-First Century
David Blamey (ed) Here There Elsewhere, Dialogues on Location and Mobility

Open Editions, London, 2002

Prefab : Adaptable, Modular, Dismantable, Light, Mobile Architecture, HBI 2002
Living in Motion : Design and Architecture for Flexible Dwelling

Vitra Design Museum 2002

Kwinter, S , Architectures of Time Toward a Theory of the Event in Modernist Culture, 2001

Ursula Biemann – Geography and the Politics of Mobility, Generali Foundation Vienna.

Critical Design & Technology & Urbanism

Brett Steele, Corporate fields : new office environments by the AA DRL – London : Architectural Association, c2005. – (AA DRL documents ; 1).

Antony Dunne, Hertzian Tales: Electronic products, aesthetic experience and critical design, RCA research
Droog Design – Spirit of the nineties

Renny Remakers and Gijs Bakker (eds.) 010 Publishers, Rotterdam, 1998

Shonfield, K & A Dannatt, This Is What We Do. A Muf Manual

Katherine Shonfield, The walls have feelings, Routledge

Allen, S, Practice: Architecture, Technique & Representation.

+RAMTV, Negociate my Boundary, Architectural Association, London 2003

Fields, Studio ’95-’96. The Berlage Cahiers 5

Edited by Wiel Arets, Vedran Mimica, Roemer van Toorn and Marijke Beek

A10, Publishers Rotterdam
Conflict, Studio ’96-’97. The Berlage Cahiers 6

A10, Publishers Rotterdam
Process Conflict, Studio ’97-’98. The Berlage Cahiers 7

A10, Publishers Rotterdam

Hunch, The Berlage Institute Report 2/2000

The Berlage Institute, 2000

Dirk de Meyer, Kristiaan Versluys and Kristiaan Borret

Edited by GUST (Ghent Urban Studies Team)

The Urban Condition. Space, Community, and Self in the Contemporary Metropolis , A10, Publishers Rotterdam

SJ-lim, Studio 8, Sins & other spatial relatives

Arie Graafland, Cities in Transition, A10 Publishers, Rotterdam 2001

Albert Pope, Ladders

Rem Koolhaas,/ Oma, SMLXL

Possible Urban Worlds, Urban Strategies in the end of the 20th Century, Birkhauser

A+U 364. 01:01. Oma+Universal. 100% Design Development: Universal Bld
Oase 54. Re: Generic City

Topos 34. Urban Planning.

Daidalos 72, Urban Strategies

Mutations ( Bordeaux: ACTAR, 2000)New Architecture 6. The City. Future Uncertain.2001

Xavier de Geyter, After Space : Research on Contemporary City, NAI Publishers 2002

Chora , Urban Flotsam, the Urban Gallery

Dirk de Meyer, Kristiaan Versluys and Kristiaan Borret

Edited by GUST (Ghent Urban Studies Team)

The Urban Condition. Space, Community, and Self in the Contemporary Metropolis

Transforming Cities : Design in the Favelas of Rio de Janeiro, Housing&Urbanism, AA London

Ulrich Konigs, On Grafting Cloning and Swallowing Pills. Scapes as a Future Model of the City in Daidalos 72, Urban Strategies

Koolhaas, Rem. – Harvard Project on the City, in Mutations. Actar

Nick Barley and Ally Ireson (ed) – City Levels, 2000, Birkhauser

Steven Graham and Simon Marvin – Splintering Urbanism, 2001, Routledge.

Verb: Architecture Boogazine, Manuel De Landa, Alejandro Zaera, Jorge Wagensberg

Mapping & Diagraming & Datascaping

Corner, James – Taking measures across the American lands cape, New Haven : Yale University Press, 1996

Turnbull, David – Maps are territories : science is an atlas : a portfolio of exhibits. – Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1993.

Arjen Mulder (ed), Information is Alive, Art and Theory on Archiving and Retriving Data, V2_ NAI Publishers 2003

Edward Tufte , Envisioning Information

Mark Monmonier, Mapping it Out : Expository Cartography for the Humanities and Social Sciences , The University of Chicago Press

MVRDV, The region maker

“ “ , Metacity Datatown – Rotterdam : 010 Publishers, 1999

Farmax : excursions on density / edited by Winy Maas and Jacob van Rijs – Rotterdam : 010 Publishers, 1998

MVRDV 1997-2002. – Madrid : El Croquis, 2002. – (El Croquis/ 111)

Janet Abrams + Peter Hall, Else/where: Mapping

New cartographies of networks and territories, University of Minesota Design Institute

http://www.openmute.org/

http://urbandrift.org/

http://twenteenthcentury.com/uo/index.php/CcLocativeMoreInfo

http://docs.metamute.com/view/Home/McC

http://www.smartarchitecture.org/ http://www.stealth-g.net/ http://www.stealth.ultd.net/ http://www.aether.hu/outsidein.htm

http://arch.virose.pt/clusters/act/act.html http://www.werkleitz.de/events/biennale2004/html_en/index_e.html

http://www.schoolofmissingstudies.net/ http://www.platforma981.hr/

Landscape

Smithson, Robert, 1938-1973. – The writings of Robert Smithson : essays with illustrations / edited by Na… – New York : New York University Press, 1979.

Corner, James – Recovering landscape : essays in contemporary landscape architecture, Princeton Architectural Press, 1999

Corner, James Landscape transformed. – London : Academy Editions, 1996.

Quaderns 228 (2001) – Urban Landscapes

Ciro Najle, Moshen Mostafavi Landscape Urbanism, London AA, 2003

Daidalos 73, Architecture Goes Landscape

Contemporary Art

Attlee, James. – Gordon Matta-Clark : the space between / James Attlee & Lisa Le Feuvre. – Tucson, AZ : Nazraeli Press, 2003.

Graham, Dan. – Rock my religion : writings and art projects, 1965-90 / – Cambridge (Mass.) : MIT Press, 1993.

Jessica Stockholder, Phaidon 1995

Alain Sekula, Performance Under Working Conditions, Generali Foundation Vienna

Documenta 11_Plateform 5 : Exhibition

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