This edition begins with a conversation with Pier Vittorio Aureli and Martino Tattara, the founders of Dogma, an architectural firm concerned with the relationship between architecture and the city. By focusing mostly on urban design and large-scale projects, they offer consultancies to municipalities and agencies for urban planning and architectural issues. Each section delves into their solutions, including a model for a city of 4,000,000 inhabitants, a proposal for 44 social housing units, a short history of minimum dwelling, a prototype for boarding houses in London, and a genealogy of housing for the labouring classes, among many other timely articles about urban transformation.
DUE: MID-JULY 2021
Madrid, 2021, 25cm x 34cm, 320pp, illustrated, Paperback.