Architectural Borders and Territories offers a comprehensive series of books on architectural ‘borders’ and ‘territories’, emphasising the intrinsic critical relationship as well as the inherent complexities between these two core terms of architecture.
1. border and migration studies in relation to spaces of conflict;
2. the territory and architecture, infrastructure and landscape;
3. critical theories probing (the boundaries of) architecture as a discipline
4. design thinking in relation to design methodologies.
The series is theoretical and historical in its scope and presents discussions relevant to international contemporary scholarship in architecture.
By Stavros Kousoulas
July 15, 2022
This book poses a simple question: how is this architecture possible? To respond, it will embark on a captivating journey through many singular architectural concepts. The entasis of Doric columns, Ulysses and desert islands will outline an architectural act that moves beyond representation. A ...
By Marc Schoonderbeek
November 30, 2021
This book explores the notion of mapping in architectural discourse. First locating, positioning and theorizing mapping, it then makes explicit the relationship between research and design in architecture through cartography and spatial analysis. It proposes three distinct modalities: tool, ...