'A heady blend of architectural criticism and ideology'

October 24, 2013

'A heady blend of architectural criticism and ideology'

Architectural Review (Asia Pacific edition) number 132, entitled Residential, reviews the book 10 Stories of Collective Housing, by a+t research group.

As Michael Holt, editor of the magazine, says, 10 Stories is a "heady blend of architectural criticism and ideology, chronologically laid out - crossing scales, mediums, methods and locale".

Holt emphasizes that "the lineage between Hendrik Petrus Berlage's urban perimeter block negating a street buffer zone and internalised courtyards and Le Corbusier at Immeuble Villas, later revised by JJP Oud, and finally culminating in BIG's 8 House, is fascinating".

 

 


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