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13 November 2014

Bakema’s blind spot

Thomas Wensing /0 comments

While in recent decades political leaders have managed to destroy the European social model in all but name, a retrospective of Bakema’s vision of architecture and an open society is an ode...

6 October 2014

Urbanity of Things

Simon Kretz, Christian Salewski /0 comments

Urbanity of Things, by Simon Kretz and Christian Salewski, is a chapter from the forthcoming book The City as Resource: Texts and Projects 2005—2014, edited by Professor Kees...

1 September 2014

New collectivities

Nathalie de Vries /0 comments

Since its foundation in 1991, MVRDV has researched ways of adding collective spaces, publicly accessible or not, to its residential buildings. This quest has broadened to include the...

4 August 2014

The Openheid State From closed to open society in Cape Town

Michelle Provoost /0 comments

It is hard to conceive of a country where contemporary city planning has had a more negative impact on society than in South Africa. In this country, the ‘makeable’ world and social...

30 June 2014

The dull city creates social distance

Inge Goudsmit en Adrienne Simons /0 comments

The housing estates in Hong Kong once laid the foundation for a relative open society that offered plenty of opportunity for social mobility. More than fifty years later, these public...

2 June 2014 / Lieven De Cauter

‘The Open Society and its emergencies’ Theses on Urbanity in the Age of Disaster

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9 May 2014 / Thomas Wensing

How Social is Dutch Architecture?

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17 October 2012

ArchiTV Statement: The Future of Architecture

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8 August 2011 / Beatriz Ramo

O’ Mighty Green

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21 February 2011 / Tom Bergevoet en Maarten van Tuijl

Appeal for improvisation

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