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    • Ha Noi Impermanence: Reinterpreting Collective Housing 

      Tonthat, Benjamin (2019-05)
      The former citadel of Hanoi represents a landscape that has been continuously manipulated by both foreign entities and the current administration. Despite its initial purpose of being a symbol for fortification and ...
    • Houston Flood Urbanism 

      Ha, Long (2019-08)
      "The whole context is different there. It's a different kind of delta, with a different soil and a different climate, and it is also very different from the Netherlands socially, societally and politically. All the same, ...
    • HYPER-REAL VILLA: ARCHITECTURAL SIMULACRUM 

      Gonzalez, Guillermo (2019-05)
      In the essay Figures, Doors and Passages, Robin Evans explains the evolving relationship between architecture and simulation. Using two historical case studies, Evans proposes that culture, through visual representation, ...
    • [IN}FORMAL: Fascism + Everyday in the Merkato 

      Westry, Tyler (2019-05)
      "By contrast, the idea of accumulating everything, of establishing a sort of general archive, the will to enclose in one place all times, all epochs, all forms, all tastes, the idea of constituting a place of all times ...
    • QUITO, FLEXIBLE GRID AND ECOLOGIES 

      Degetau, Gabriela (2019-05)
      In Una Urrea en Los Andes, Pablo Perez explains the curious condition where the "intended rectangular tabula rasa" contrasts the dominant and imprecise geography of the city. Mountains, volcanoes, rivers, and gullies define ...