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Typology Redux Conference

Typology Redux Conference

Organized by Northeastern University and Tim Love, Associate Professor and Principal of Utile, the Typology Redux conference will consider the market-driven building typologies. When architects design office buildings, apartment buildings, and other market-driven building types, an unwritten set of rules establishes the framework for design exploration.

The efficiencies of the double-loaded corridor apartment building and the center-core office building have resulted in a sixty-year legacy around which entire design approaches and building systems industries have been organized. Everything from systems office furniture to the metrics of the real estate market both anticipate and leverage the endurance of these types. From Battery Park City in Manhattan to new commercial districts arising in Shanghai and Abu Dhabi, the grain and scale of the urban realm is defined by the irrefutable (and unquestioned) logics of conventional types.

The conference will take place October 16 at 20 West Village F, Northeastern Unviersity. For more information click here.

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "Typology Redux Conference" 22 Sep 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/78773/typology-redux-conference/> ISSN 0719-8884
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