1968 Atlas of political clichés
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What should the architect’s role be with regard to public space and architecture in the midst of the new desire for regeneration? What are the boundaries – political, factual and legal – of the architectural discipline itself and how can the game rules be redefined? Ultimately, what is the real political capacity of architecture? Despite the topical nature of these questions – their belonging to the world of clichés – the continual formulation of these recurring themes remains necessary insofar as they act as a talisman, as a spur capable of endowing architecture with meaning if we want to understand it exactly as it should be: a form of commitment.
CitationBaraona, E., Puigjaner, A., Lopez, G., Zabala, J. 1968 Atlas of political clichés. "Quaderns d'arquitectura i urbanisme (Ed. trilingüe)", 4 Juliol 2016, núm. 266-267, p. 1-2.
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