“Architecture as Intangible Infrastructure,” Issue Two

Editorial—“Architecture as Intangible Infrastructure,” Issue Two

More than ever, architects today are called upon to build gestural landmarks and grandiose signature buildings. But architecture was never only about building. It is also about the flows of people, information, and resources that shape space. Today, the practice of architecture often confronts situations where these flows cannot be reduced to modernist managerial approaches to systematizing, structuring, and mastering the potentials of space. 

 

 

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