The Cornell Journal of Architecture 8: RE

The Cornell Journal of Architecture 8: RE

After a reflective sabbatical following the 7th issue, The Cornell Journal of Architecture has recently launched itself back on the scene of primer architectural journals. The long awaited 8th issue strives to be “about the now, the new, and the next in architecture, while simultaneously acknowledging that every possible future is intrinsically linked to the existent, to the present and its attendant past. At the heart of issue 8: RE is the understanding that the creative act itself is reiterative; that in rethinking, recombining, reshuffling, recycling, and reimagining aspects of the world around us, we produce work that both belongs to the current moment and establishes new future trajectories.”

Table of Contents following the break.

History after the End: Network Culture and Atemporality Kazy Varnelis Self-reflective Architecture Hod Lipson Return to Earth: Feedback Houses Lydia Kallipoliti Yes We Can Austin + Mergold Regenerative Returns Ila Berman ECO-POP Mark Jarzombek RE-Collage Andrea Simitch Being RE R.E. Somol Taste is Critical David Salomon Unsolicit**ed Comments Philip Johnson & Sibyl Moholy Nagy Regarding Regarding Mark Morris SurfaceCities: Renovating the Image of the 21st-Century City John Zissovici Resolution (Western Sahara) Michael Ashkin with Nathan Townes-Anderson Ex-Palm SMAQ: Sabine Müller Andreas Quednau Pandas: A Rehearsal Keller Easterling OMA RE: OMU Rem Koolhaas Rowe x Ungers: Untold Collaboration Yehre Suh RE: Design or Architecture: Wither the Discipline? Kent Kleinman RE: RE: Design or Architecture: Wither the Discipline? Peter Eisenman Architecture and Regression Spyros Papapetros Thanks, but No Thanks Greg Lynn

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Cite: Christopher Henry. "The Cornell Journal of Architecture 8: RE" 24 Mar 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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