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Strategy and Tactics / a+t

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Strategy and Tactics / a+t

We are super excited about receiving the next magazine in the a+t strategy series. The series as a whole “analyzes the strategies undertaken in the projects of urban landscaping in order to achieve the set objectives.” This issue specifically deals with Tactical Urbanism. The topic takes on how to address the conflict and fog created in many of the occupy protests, making the issue relevant to the larger discussion taking place among society all over the world. Many of the ideas trend toward an open-ended approach of what Rem Koolhaas might have called, “specific indeterminacy.” The common denominators of the eight collectives this issue covers are “the criticism of the consumerism present in modern society, the instigation of individual participation in collective and spontaneous projects to transform the city, non-recognition of intellectual property, the inclination towards libertarian and hedonistic projects, the struggle against alienating work and in particular merging daily activity, leisure and fun into one workload with the aim that each person might construct their own life differently and according to their desires and personal preferences.”

006 Public Space as a Battlefield / Javier Mozas 022 Landscape Urbanism Strategies 040 Interboro Partners 046 Atelier Bow-wow 058 BIG, Topotek1, Superflex 066 Fugmann Janota 072 Atelier Loidl 078 Station C23 098 Jeavons Landscape Architects 104 Rural Studio

114 Eight Tactical Actions 124 Rebar 130 Atelier Delle Verdure 136 Basurama 142 Bruit du Frigo 152 Cascoland 158 Collectif Etc. 162 El Campo de Cebada 168 Arquitectura Expandida

You can buy this book at a+t online store. ISSN 1132-6409 ISBN 978-84-615-6137-7

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