Now available: Candide No. 10

Candide No. 10 is now available at booksellers or directly through www.hatjecantz.de.

It features Isabelle Doucet studying how social implications through contestation became articulated during the early 1970s in the so-called outreach project of students of the Architectural Association, Graham Owen examining the controversies of the global practice of Zaha Hadid Architects, Sabine Horlitz revisiting the case of Pruitt-Igoe as a conflict-ridden history of collective actions of its residents, Adam Page analyzing the competing appropriations of the Divis Flats apartment complex in Belfast during the Northern Ireland conflict, and Camillo Boano discussing his thinking about contested urbanisms.

Montag
Mai 15th, 2017
8:36 am