How can you navigate towards something when there are no fixed points when you cannot determine your position? How do you know where to go, or even know when you have got there? This fourth volume in the Archifutures series investigates how architecture, traditionally considered to be a future?oriented activity, can best respond as we find ourselves on the threshold of a “post-futurist” condition where the future is not necessarily ahead of us, but everywhere and – perhaps most especially – “now”.
Archifutures Vol. 4: Thresholds
A field guide to navigating the future of architecture.
Sophie Lovell, Fiona Shipwright (&beyond collective)
Title: Archifutures Vol. 4: Thresholds. A field guide to navigating the future of architecture.
Editors: Sophie Lovell, Fiona Shipwright (&beyond collective)
Contributors: Nora Akawi, Florian Bengert, Filipe Estrela, Mariabruna Fabrizi, Nikita Gyawali, Ana Jeini?, Holly Lewis, Fosco Lucarelli, Brett Moore, Sara Neves, Paolo Patelli, Pedro Pitarch, Blanca Pujals, Benedikt Stoll, James Taylor?Foster, John Thackara and Andreas Töpfer.
Design: Diana Portela
Cover: Soft cover with flaps
Size: 17 x 23 cms
Date: October 2017
Digital bookshelf: Anne-Sophie de Vargas
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