Perspecta 47: Money

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James Andrachuk, Christos C. Bolos, Avi Forman, Marcus A. Hooks
MIT Press, 22 באוג׳ 2014 - 240 עמודים

Money plays a paradoxical role in the creation of architecture. Formless itself, money is a fundamental form giver. At all scales, and across the ages, architecture is a product of the financial environment in which it is conceived, for better or worse. Yet despite its ubiquity, money is often disregarded as a factor in conceptual design and is persistently avoided by architectural academia as a serious field of inquiry. It is time to break these habits. In the contemporary world, in which economies are increasingly connected, architects must creatively harness the financial logics behind architecture in order to contribute meaningfully to the development of the built environment.

This issue of Perspecta -- the oldest and most distinguished student-edited architectural journal in America -- examines the ways in which money intersects with architectural discourse, design practice, and urban form, in order to encourage a productive relationship between money and the discipline. Contributions from a diverse group of scholars, practitioners, and artists create a dialogue about money's ambiguous position in architecture, reflecting on topics that range from the aesthetics of austerity to the underwriting of large-scale art projects to the economic implications of building information modeling.

Contributors AOC, JT Bachman, Phil Bernstein, Mario Carpo, Christo, Peggy Deamer, Keller Easterling, Peter Eisenman, Mark Foster Gage, Frank Gehry, Thomas Gluck, Kevin D. Gray, Charles Holland, Hasty Johnson & Jerry Lea, Naomi R. Lamoreaux, Mira Locher, Vivian Loftness, Gregg Pasquarelli, Cesar Pelli & Fred Clarke, Nina Rappaport, Todd Reisz, Brent Ryan & Lorena Bello, Michelangelo Sabatino, David Ross Scheer, Robert Shiller, Robert A.M. Stern, Elisabetta Terragni, Kazys Varnelis, Andrew Waugh & Michael Green, Jay Wickersham & Christopher Milford, Alejandro Zaera-Polo

 

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Contents
5
Money Value Architects Building by Phil Bernstein
15
Rot Munching Architects by Mark Foster Gage
22
Work by Peggy Deamer
28
Robert AM Stern
42
The Cost of Building Trash by Vivian Loftness
48
Greg Pasquarelli
52
Buying BrandName Buildings for Rural Revitalization in Japan by Mira Locher
58
Robert Shiller
144
A Value Proposition by Kevin D Gray
148
Will Crit for Coffee by Charles Holland
156
Eating Publicity by Peter Eisenman
162
Paranormal Activity by AOC
167
Cesar Pelli and Fred Clarke
173
Naomi R Lamoreaux
180
The Architecture of Financialization by Kazys Varnelis
186

Frank Gehry
67
Money Media and Canadian Architecture by Michelangelo Sabatino
69
Notgeld by Nina Rappaport
78
Christo
86
Thoams Gluck
96
Hasty Johnson and Jerry Lea
106
Richardsons Death by Jay Wickersham and Christopher Milford
114
Ecotectonics? by Alejandro ZaeraPolo
129
Whats on the Face of a Coin? by Elisabetta Terragni
140
The Price of a Paradigm by David Ross Scheer
196
The Fiscal Topography of the Shrinking City by Brent D Ryan and Lorena Bello
199
Are We There Yet? by Andrew Waugh and Michael Green
206
The PostAccumulation City by Todd Reisz
210
MicroManaging Messiness by Mario Carpo
220
Launch by Keller Easterling
228
Contributers
232
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James Andrachuk, Christos C. Bolos, Avi Forman, and Marcus Addison Hooks are graduates of the Yale School of Architecture.

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