Posts Tagged: critical juncture

Critical Juncture, part III: what next?

So where does it go from here? What new roads does Joseph Rykwert’s work open up for the future? That was the central question of a Rykwert symposium held at the Victoria & Albert Museum on Saturday 22 February, as

Critical Juncture, part III: what next?

So where does it go from here? What new roads does Joseph Rykwert’s work open up for the future? That was the central question of a Rykwert symposium held at the Victoria & Albert Museum on Saturday 22 February, as

Critical Juncture, part II: architectural criticism now

Yesterday I wrote about Michael Sorkin’s lecture at the Architectural Association, an extremely quotable call for responsible design and criticism. Today I will fill you in on the other lectures given that afternoon, by Rowan Moore, Danny Wicaksono, and Rafael

Critical Juncture, part II: architectural criticism now

Yesterday I wrote about Michael Sorkin’s lecture at the Architectural Association, an extremely quotable call for responsible design and criticism. Today I will fill you in on the other lectures given that afternoon, by Rowan Moore, Danny Wicaksono, and Rafael

Critical Juncture, part I: Michael Sorkin

On February 25 of this year, Joseph Rykwert was awarded the Royal Gold Medal of the Royal Institute of British Architects. Since his book on the primitive hut is a key text in my research – as you may know

Critical Juncture, part I: Michael Sorkin

On February 25 of this year, Joseph Rykwert was awarded the Royal Gold Medal of the Royal Institute of British Architects. Since his book on the primitive hut is a key text in my research – as you may know