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HDM 21: Rising Ambitions, Expanding Terrain: Realism and Utopianism

 

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HDM 21: Rising Ambitions, Expanding Terrain: Realism and Utopianism
Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Fall/Winter 2004

Features | Portfolio | On Place | On Planning  
On History | On Practice | On Building | On Public Service  
Books | Order

Alejandro Zaera-Polo
A Scientific Autobiography
1982–2004: Madrid, Harvard, OMA, the AA, Yokohama, the globe

George Baird             
“Criticality” and Its Discontents

Roemer van Toorn
No More Dreams?
The Passion for Reality in Recent Dutch Architecture . . .
and Its Limitations

James Corner
Not Unlike Life Itself
Landscape Strategy Now

Lucy Bullivant
No More Tabula Rasa
Progressive Architectural Practices in England

Timothy Love
Double-Loaded
Everyday Architecture and Windows for Improvement

Adriaan Geuze, with Chidi Onwuka
Morning Shower Thoughts on Remaking Cities

Michael Gamble and Jude LeBlanc
Incremental Urbanism
New Models for the Redesign of America’s Commercial Strips

Nicolas Adams
Utopia and the Hazards of Perfection
Now and in the Renaissance

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PORTFOLIO
Bruce Cumings
“Nothing to Envy in the World”?

ON PLACE
John A. Loomis
Quiet Havana, Potential Global City

ON PLANNING
Emily Talen
A Call for the Radical Revitalization of American Planning

ON HISTORY
Eduard F. Sekler
Sert, CIAM, and the GSD: A Memoir

ON PRACTICE
Thomas Fisher
Architects Behaving Badly
Ignoring Environmental Behavior Research                                 

ON BUILDING
Paolo Tombesi
Iconic Public Buildings as Sites of Technological Innovation

ON PUBLIC SERVICE
Alejandro Aravena
ELEMENTAL: Building Innovative Social Housing in Chile

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BOOKS
Reviewed by Keller Easterling
Territories: Islands, Camps and Other States of Utopia, ed. Anselm Franke, Rafi Segal, Eyal Weizman

Reviewed by Thomas Bender
City: Urbanism and Its End
by Douglas W. Rae

Reviewed by Sebastian Schmaling
Eichler/Modernism Rebuilds the American Dream
by Paul Andamson and Marty Arbunich

Suburban Alchemy:
1960s New Towns and the Transformation of the American Dream
by Nicholas Dagen Bloom

Reviewed by Robert Harbison
Cedric Price: The Square Book; Re:CP; Opera
by Cedric Price

Reviewed by Martin Bechthold
The Art of Structural Design: A Swiss Legacy
by David P. Billington

reviewed by Christopher Long
Pevsner on Art and Architecture: The Radio Talks,
by Nikolaus Pevsner, ed. Stephen Games

Jorge Silvetti
Letter

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