Collective forms in China - Conferència de Sam Jacoby

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arquitectura, urbanisme

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per ETSAB
Febrer 2019

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The lecture discusses how social projects, spaces, and realities shape three contexts critical to understanding urban design in China: the changing modes of spatial governmentally, the history of collective development models in relation to current community agendas, and the socio-spatial changes in urban and rural developments.

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The lecture discusses how social projects, spaces, and realities shape three contexts critical to understanding urban design in China: the changing modes of spatial governmentally, the history of collective development models in relation to current community agendas, and the socio-spatial changes in urban and rural developments. An urban and social analysis of past and present community developments in China will look at the models emerging with national collectivisation in the 1950s and contemporary urban projects.

Sam Jacoby
is a chartered architect with a Diploma from the Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA) and a doctorate from the Technische Universität Berlin. He is currently the Research Leader of the School of Architecture at the Royal College of Art and Director of the MPhil in Architecture and Urban Design: Projective Cities at the AA. Jacoby's practice-led research and research-based teaching focuses on spatial design research. He is author of Drawing Architecture and the Urban (2016) and co-editor of Typological Formations: Renewable Building Types and the City (2007). He guest-edited the special journal issues 'Collective Forms in China: A Contemporary Review' for New Architecture (2018), 'Type versus Typology' for The Journal of Architecture (2015), 'New Design Research in Architecture and Urban Design' for Urban Flux (2015), and 'Typological Urbanism: Projective Cities' for Architectural Design (2011).


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