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    Yang, Shaina (2021-05-27)
    A study in critical heterogeneity. Cripping Architecture argues that what we think of as “universal design” - a least-common-denominator model - does not and cannot produce fully equitable architecture on its own. ...
  • Putting a Mall to Sleep: Domestic Collectives Beyond (Sub)Divisions 

    Meng, Jiangpu (2021-05-27)
    At a moment when shopping, consumption, and networked connectivity are increasingly taking over our domestic spaces, when sleep becomes the last standing ground in our life that is neither reducible nor assimilable by the ...
  • Middle Ground: Between Monument and Fabric 

    Dessauvage, Marc Alphonse (2021-05-26)
    This thesis re-assesses our contemporary distinctions between monument and fabric to discover methods for intervening in historic cities. Antwerp, like many European cities, was faced with the consequences of urban exodus ...

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