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  • Log, ed. Cynthia DAVIDSON.
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    The tri-annual magazine Log, which focuses on “observations on architecture and the contemporary city,” was first launched ten years ago by the Anyone project in New York as a reaction to—and especially a resistance to—the seductive power of the image in media today.

    lecture: Cynthia DAVIDSON, “Image and Word: A Critical Context.”
    Wednesday, 10/16
    7.00 p.m. / W.M. Keck Lecture Hall
    SCI-Arc Campus
    960 East 3rd Street
    Los Angeles, California 90013

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  • Log 29: In Pursuit of Architecture.
    new york NEW YORK

    Given the social, economic, environmental, and even media demands on architecture today, how are architectural ideas sustained beyond conception to become buildings? In a special, tenth anniversary issue, Log 29: In Pursuit of Architecture presents ten outstanding architectural projects from the past decade—some well-known, others completely new—in a full-color portfolio format that illustrates the concepts and processes of each building. Selected from an open call for work built since 2003, these buildings illustrate a range of architectural ideas, and together open a conversation about the production and significance of architecture today. To situate the ten-project portfolio, Log 29 includes essays by four critics who reflect on recent and emerging themes in architecture and directions the discipline may develop.

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  • Adventure Rocketship, Let's All Go To The Science Fiction Disco.
    2013

    Let’s All Go To The Science Fiction Disco focuses on the intersection between music, SF, and the counterculture. That means, among other subjects, we’ll be looking at how J. G. Ballard invented post-punk music (sort of), the curious and enduring appeal of Rush’s magnum concept opus 2112, the strange vistas of cities daubed with tomorrow’s digital street art and David Bowie, the alien connection . . .

  • Project.
    new york NEW YORK

    Project is a forum for critical thought in architecture. Given the present diffuseness of the discipline, and the proliferation of media platforms that indiscriminately celebrate the imagery and culture of design, it is essential to distinguish the architects, ideas and works that take a critical stance on architecture and the world in which it is produced. Project publishes both new work and writing; it is a platform for architects to name the stakes for architecture, to articulate their projects and their ambitions for the discipline today.

    book launch: Project, issue two.
    Thursday, 07/18
    7.00 p.m. / Van Alen Books
    30 W 22nd St.
    New York, NY 10010

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  • Log 28: Stocktaking
    new york NEW YORK

    What is the state of architecture today? Guest edited by architect Peter Eisenman and historian Anthony Vidler, Log 28: Stocktaking features interviews conducted by the editors to assess the current conditions of architectural practice, pedagogy, theory, and criticism. Includes Preston Scott Cohen, Greg Lynn, Patrik Schumacher, Lydia Kallipoliti, Alejandro Zaero Polo, and Jeff Kipnis.

  • PASTSHOCK
    florence ITALY

    On Friday, December 14, CityVision Florence (Lash Up), will host the project PASTSHOCK at mlab architetti in Via della Chiesa 38R, Florence. PASTSHOCK is a curatorial project born to investigate how the Retrofuture influenced our perception of the progress. It stems on a specific research made by Francesco Lipari in issue 5 of CityVision magazine and presented at MACRO museum in Rome during the event “I Have Seen The Future” in February 2012. PASTSHOCK will be focusing on the architectural imaginative world that has never been expressed in our cities.

    PASTSHOCK
    Friday, 12/14
    7.00 pm / mlab architetti
    Via della Chiesa 38R
    Florence, ITALY

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  • Clog: Brutalism
    new york NEW YORK

    Announcing submissions for Clog: Brutalism, due November 05, 2012.

    A defining architectural style of the postwar era—characterized by severe, abstract geometries and the use of cast concrete, block and brick—Brutalism arguably produced some of the world’s least popular public buildings. The style’s international propagation brought modern architecture to ever-larger constituencies, and some argue that the perceived shortcomings of these Brutalist structures led to the demise of the Modernist project. . . .

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  • Project
    new york NEW YORK & los angeles CALIFORNIA

    Project is a forum for critical thought in architecture. It is rigorous, yet accessible—a printed journal that resists the indiscriminate flood of information found on blogs and in other contemporary media. It presents new work, theory, and criticism in a concise, affordable format. Through writing, conversation, drawing, and image, Project investigates the potential of architecture today. Issue One will feature contributions from Hernan Diaz Alonso, Andrew Atwood & Anna Neimark, Pier Vittorio Aureli, Peter Eisenman, Bernard Khoury, Jimenez Lai, Federico Soriano Pelaez, Emmanuel Petit, and more.

    Editors: Alfie Koetter, Daniel Markiewicz, Jonah Rowen, and Emmett Zeifman.

    Check out the writings already posted and submit!

  • winter issue
    rome ITALY

    CityVision Mag, with an attractive graphics and easy language, is looking at modern forms of communication and investigates the architecture in a new way, through stories of young talents and presenting authors and studies of the international scene.

    here a preview of the main index:
    10 NULLUS LOCUS SINE GENIO 12 /////#####[[[[[]]]]]>>>>>
    14 CARNOVSKY 16 ECOLOGIC STUDIO 18 SOFTLAB
    22 INTERIOR TV 28 ARCHICOUTURE 36 NABITO
    46 MY NAME IS PIO 54 MARCO VANUCCI
    60 CRAZILY CALCULATED – BJARKE INGELS
    70 VENICE CITYVISION COMPETITION 75 AO#2 80 TRANSSOLAR
    90 THE SYMBIOTIC DISHARMONY 100 RE-INTERPRETING THE BAROQUE
    108 SPSK+ 116 STANLEY DONWOOD 124 MATHERY
    128 KOKKUGIA 129 CROCKHAUS