Top-Down Bottom-Up - Socializing Architecture

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Drawn from decades of lived experience, Teddy Cruz and Fonna Forman engage the San Diego –Tijuana border region as a global laboratory to address the central challenges of urbanization today: deepening social and economic inequality, dramatic migratory shifts, explosive urban informality, climate disruption, the thickening of border walls, and the decline of public thinking. Following Spatializing Justice, Socializing Architecture is the second part of a two-volume monograph. It continues to build a compelling case for architects and urban designers to intervene in the contested space between public and private interests. Through analysis and diverse case studies, the authors demonstrate strategies for altering exclusionary urban policies and advancing instead a more equitable and convivial architecture.

Author Teddy Cruz
Author 2 Fonna Forman
Language English
Published 2019
Binding HBK
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