Phenomenologies of the City

Phenomenologies of the City

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This book brings architecture and urbanism into dialogue with phenomenology. The contributors are architects and scholars of urbanism with backgrounds in literature, history, religious studies, and art history. Rather than developing a single theoretical statement, the book addresses architecturea€™s relationship with the city in a wide range of historical and contemporary contexts. The chapters trace hidden genealogies, and explore the ruptures as much as the persistence of recurrent cultural motifs. Together, these interconnected phenomenologies of the city raise simple but fundamental questions: What is the city for, how is it ordered, and how can it be understood?Studies in the History and Philosophy of Architecture Dr Maximilian Sternberg, Dr Henriette Steiner ... Mari Hvattum is an architect and architectural historian with her PhD from the University of Cambridge. focusing on the nineteenth century, anbsp;...

Title:Phenomenologies of the City
Author: Dr Maximilian Sternberg, Dr Henriette Steiner
Publisher:Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2015-04-30

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