Perhaps a better solution is to create the Indefensible Space. A space or structure that can only be used for its intended purpose that cannot be destroyed, vandalized, or misused as a means to conduct offensive operations. Such a space or structure could not be formulaic, but site sensitive, and its programming would emerge more from the process of responsive decision making and data collection rather than from within a studio. But the intentional proliferation of such spaces could transform global conflict.
Launch of The Architecture Post Behind The Scenes
The Architecture Post Behind the Scenes, the blog of the upcoming The Architecture Post website is now open…
This includes trailers, excerpts, comments, and pictures of projects and events organized by The Architecture Post and Urban Lab Global Cities (events only).
The Architecture Post is an online media with a mix of broadcast (video, audio) and events on architecture, urban planning and design.
The Architecture Post is produced by Urban Lab Global Cities
A weekly review of what the others (architects, engineers, urban planners, theorists, newspapers, bloggers…) said and wrote
With Madrid serving as headquarters, case study, and site for field research, students will investigate specific urban sustainable challenges. The workshop will foster a debate about the future of cities based on the positive or negative consequnces of density, embedding sustainability into deep int the design process. Is there a possible urban density that supports ecosystem regeneration and relation with nature? We will explore the way toward a new notion of density, one the oscillates between the quantitative and qualitative properties of architecture and the city…
One-day Conference: A sustainable Future for the Exumas: Environmental Management, Design, and Planning
A Sustainable Future for the Exumas: Environmental Management, Design, and Planning is a one-day conference hosted by the Ministry of The Environment of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas in conjunction with the Bahamas National Trust and the Harvard University Graduate School of Design.