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Rahm at the VOLUME Bookshop

Philippe Rahm présentera et signera notre nouvelle publication "Form Follows Climates", Mercredi 13 DÉCEMBRE à 19h30, à la librairie Volume, 47, rue Notre-Dame de Nazareth, 75003 Paris, qui sera en vente pour le prix de 10 euros.

http://www.librairievolume.fr Mercredi 13 DÉCEMBRE - 19h30


OFL Streams > Next issues

OFL Streams 2 > Sandra Neto,   Error as Inventive Resource in Drawing  2017

The book ventures on a theoretical and practical reflection of the image (as material element of visual thinking) that uses the error as inventive resource underlying drawing analysis in contemporary architecture and art.

Focus is devoted to the forces that hold sensorial, conceptual and bodily dimensions of the image, essential to the analysis and practice of evolutionary drawing.

As so, we run up the calibre of image that precedes the hand movement intrinsically linked to error, favouring new ways that, rather than ‘right’ or ‘wrong’, motorize positively the invention process.

The aim is to develop the idea that error can be understood as an inventive tool refusing the cliché, and praise chance to excel and convey to an effective conclusion.

OFL Streams 3 > Annette Condello,   An Architecture of spoils: Irregular reuse and the work of Francesco Venezia  2018

The book charts the transformation of ‘architectural’ spoils inherent in Francesco Venezia’s works and landscapes, mainly in Italy. It concentrates on a selection of his writings, works and projects, including his collaboration with Roberto Collovà and Marcella Aprile, from the 1970s to the present, re-interpreted herein as ‘spoliated’ landscapes for the production of architectural knowledge.

Spoliated landscapes are far more than just simply disfigured sites filled with unfinished, abandoned or illegal buildings – the book offers how the built-up ground has been treated with utmost care. Selected works to be explored include the private and public buildings, and their respective open-air room designs. Beyond Italy, this book’s scope will showcase the projects located in Europe in the 1990s and 2000s. This book reinterprets the connection and continuation between modern and contemporary Italian architecture and its importance for landscape architecture.

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