ARCH+ 232


Erschienen in ARCH+ 232,
Seite(n) 112-115

ARCH+ 232

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Von School of Architecture, Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh (CMU) /  ARCH+

Zeichnerische Collagen:

Kalkbreite: This drawing collage by Tamara Cartwright is based on fieldwork and secondary sources that have been redrawn, modified, and rearranged. The condensed, edited, and rearranged dialogs are based on interviews with stakeholders, and from secondary sources: 1. Michèle Roten, Jahresbericht 2016 Genossenschaft Kalkbreite – Diversität, Genossenschaft Kalkbreite, p. 5, kalkbreite.net/jahresbericht_2016, accessed June 1, 2018; 2. Isometric drawing by Mohamed Ibrahim and Sasa Müller, Future City SI Ljubljana, futurecities.si/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/140823_layout_1.pdf, accessed October 12, 2017

Dragon Court Village: This drawing collage by Yidan Gong is based on secondary sources that have been redrawn, modified, and rearranged. The condensed, edited, and rearranged dialogs are based on this secondary source: 1. eurk.jp/cw/mdj.htm, accessed June 1, 2018

R-Urban: This drawing collage by Chun Zheng is based on secondary sources that have been redrawn, modified, and rearranged. The condensed, edited, and rearranged dialogs are based on interviews with stakeholders, and from this secondary source: aaa, Doina Petrescu et al, “Co-producing commons-based resilience: lessons from R-Urban,” Building Research & Information, Vol 44, No 7 (2016). Figures 12–13, pp 730–731

Granby Workshop: This drawing collage by Yidan Gong is based on secondary sources that have been redrawn, edited, and modified. The condensed, edited, and rearranged dialogs are based on interviews with stakeholders, and from secondary sources: 1. colouringinculture.org/blog/assemble-complexity-uncertainty-scalability accessed April 6, 2018; 2. Angelika Fitz and Katharina Ritter (eds.), “Assemble, How We Build,” Hintergrund 55, Architekturzentrum Wien and Park Books, Zurich, 2017; 3. granbyworkshop.co.uk, accessed June 1, 2018

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