Residue: architecture as a condition of loss
Residue: architecture as a condition of loss by Michael J. Ostwald, Chris Tucker and Michael Chapman
Residue: architecture as a condition of loss deploys ‘unbuilt’ architecture as a means of reconceptualising place and exploring the rich dimensions of history and culture in facilitating architectural form. While the geographic, topographic and even climatic conditions of a place provide a rich framework for creating architecture, they can neglect the specific cultural, social and historical factors that in urban situations more cogently define a sense of place.
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