Performative Urbanism: Generating and Designing Urban Space
The concept of relational space in urbanism—understanding the space of the city as produced by society—is connected with an understanding of architecture unfolding in situations.
This volume examines the relationship between architectural design and its realization in an urban environment. It proposes an interplay between architectonic material and urban usage and action, and interprets our interaction with architecture as a performative activity.
Edited by Sophie Wolfrum and Nikolai Brandis
Published by Jovis, 2015
Softcover, 192 pages, 65 color images, 6.5 × 9.5 inches