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Strelka Talks: Architecture and Community / Reinier de Graaf

"The Community" might be the most frequently used term over the last 50 years of Architectural and Urban discourse. For decades, "the community" has served as a legitimization for anything from Team X to New Urbanism, from Celebration to "vancouverism". But what is "the community"? Where should we look for the proper definition? How did communities appear in the past and how do they form today? Can 'the community" influence the design of its own space, territoiry or context? If yes, what could be the relationship between the community and architecture in the future? 

In his Strelka talk Reinier de Graaf is trying to answer these and other, even more complex questions.

Via the Strelka Institute.

Cite:Karissa Rosenfield. "Strelka Talks: Architecture and Community / Reinier de Graaf" 26 May 2013. ArchDaily. Accesed . <http://www.archdaily.com/377566/strelka-talks-architecture-and-community-reinier-de-graaf/>