Volume 61 – The Ultimate Guide to Guides

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This ultimate guide to guides collects and discusses guides that could help architects and designers steer through the immediate future of the profession: how we make money, deal with demolition, can learn to become circular, and much more.

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Volume 61 – The Ultimate Guide to Guides

Volume 61 – The Ultimate Guide to Guides | Architecture’s origins can be found in humbly noted scriptures produced around the globe in which authors tried to instruct readers how to build shelter, worship, fight and resist. This issue is dedicated to reinventing this original pragmatism and applying it to fields where we collectively struggle to make progress: how do we become more fair, more sustainable in design and beyond? Put more popular: how to have impact?

This ultimate guide to guides collects and discusses guides that could help architects and designers steer through the immediate future of the profession: how we make money, deal with demolition, can learn to become circular, facilitate inclusivity, work on peace, in part by discovering the design of tyranny, evolve from monocultural agriculture, rethink the legacy of the standards we all have come adhere too, and publish them on YouTube.

With contributions by Andrea Mologni, Anna-Maria Meister, Arjen Oosterman, Clemens Driessen, Dongmei Yao, Floris Schiferli, Irma Boom Office, James Westcott, Lenora Ditzler, Lilet Breddels, Maarten Gielen, Manfredo di Robilant, Mangaliso Kgosi Ngcobo, Marieke van den Heuvel, Nicholas Korody, Radek Sidun, Rem Koolhaas, Stephan Petermann, Tanner Merkeley, Theo Deutinger, and Zhu Pei.

Volume #61 The Ultimate Guide to Guides
Editor in Chief: Stephan Petermann
Designed by Irma Boom Office (Irma Boom, Anna Moschioni, Frederik Pesch, Simonida Savi?)
72 pages, 33 x 24 cm
Soft cover, stapled

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Volume 61 – The Ultimate Guide to Guides

From: € 22,00
Current issue
This ultimate guide to guides collects and discusses guides that could help architects and designers steer through the immediate future of the profession: how we make money, deal with demolition, can learn to become circular, and much more.