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Virilio for architects

Virilio for architects
Virilio for architects
Paul Virilio is an innovative figure in the study of architecture, space, and the city. Virilio for Architects primes readers for their first encounter with his crucial texts on some of the vital theoretical debates of the twenty-first century, including:

*Oblique Architecture and Bunker Archeology
*Critical Space and the Overexposed City
*The Ultracity and Very High Buildings
*Grey Ecology and Global Hypermovement

In exploring Virilio’s most important architectural ideas and their impact, John Armitage traces his engagement with other key architectural and scientific thinkers such as Claude Parent, Benoit B. Mandelbrot, and Bernard Tschumi. Virilio for Architects allows students, researchers, and non-academic readers to connect with Virilio’s distinctive architectural theories, critical studies, and fresh ideas.
978-0-415-81903-9
Routledge
Armitage, John
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Armitage, John
19639b0b-0399-4dc6-9369-4d8c1ed77480

Armitage, John (2015) Virilio for architects (Thinkers for Architects), New York, USA. Routledge, 144pp.

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Abstract

Paul Virilio is an innovative figure in the study of architecture, space, and the city. Virilio for Architects primes readers for their first encounter with his crucial texts on some of the vital theoretical debates of the twenty-first century, including:

*Oblique Architecture and Bunker Archeology
*Critical Space and the Overexposed City
*The Ultracity and Very High Buildings
*Grey Ecology and Global Hypermovement

In exploring Virilio’s most important architectural ideas and their impact, John Armitage traces his engagement with other key architectural and scientific thinkers such as Claude Parent, Benoit B. Mandelbrot, and Bernard Tschumi. Virilio for Architects allows students, researchers, and non-academic readers to connect with Virilio’s distinctive architectural theories, critical studies, and fresh ideas.

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Accepted/In Press date: 31 January 2015
Published date: 6 July 2015
Organisations: Winchester School of Art

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Local EPrints ID: 378082
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/378082
ISBN: 978-0-415-81903-9
PURE UUID: 78192914-16f6-4d26-ae16-72b31abd504b

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Date deposited: 26 Jun 2015 14:24
Last modified: 15 Jul 2019 21:15

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