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by Tim Rieniets,Jennifer Sigler,Kees Christiaanse

eBook Open City: Designing Coexistence. Catalogue Architecture Biennale Rotterdam download ISBN: 9085067839
Author: Tim Rieniets,Jennifer Sigler,Kees Christiaanse
Publisher: Sun Architecture (January 6, 2009)
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Open city: designing coexistence.

Open city: designing coexistence. Tim Rieniets, Jennifer Sigler, Kees Christiaanse (ed. In an age when migration is changing the face of many cities, when mass mobility and communication are altering our perception of distance and difference, when individualism has become a driving force of social life, living together in cities has become a tenuous notion. In Part One, writers from different ture, urban design, sociology, ethnography, geography, law, history, economy, and urban design-map various theoretical dimensions of the Open City and consider the global forces that challenge it. Part Two: Situations.

One of the exhibitions in the 4th International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam (IABR) was Open City: Designing Coexistence, curated by Kees Christiaanse with Tim Rieniets.

Kees Christiaanse (born 1953, Amsterdam) is an architect and urban planner from the Netherlands. After working with Rem Koolhaas, he started two firms, Kees Christiaanse Architects & Planners (KCAP, in Rotterdam) in 1989 and Architects and Planners (ASTOC, in Cologne) in 1990, where he was a partner till 2002. Christiaanse has "tackled some of the highest profile urban design schemes in the Netherlands, hosting buildings by" the finest Dutch and several international architects.

Open City: Designing Coexistence Tim Rieniets, Jennifer Sigler, Kees Christiaanse . The Productive City: the book. Seven development perspectives. IABR–Atelier Utrecht. From Cure to Care: the book.

Open City: Designing Coexistence Tim Rieniets, Jennifer Sigler, Kees Christiaanse (ed) 2009, SUN Architecture. Five Cities Portfolio: Istanbul, Beirut, Amman, Cairo and Dubai Bas Princen; introduction by Philipp Misselwitz and Can Altay 2009, SUN Architecture. In an interview with Archined curator Kees Christiaanse looks forward to the 4th IABR: Open City, Designing Coexistence, to its goals and to its program. Exhibition Atelier Utrecht in City Hall. From Cure to Care: the film.

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Sep 28, 2013 Rory Hyde rated it really liked it. This is the catalogue for the 2009 Rotterdam Architecture Biennale. Examines the potential for 'open' cities from a spatial, community, political, historical, legal, and economic perspective. Presents a case for an architecture of agency.

Open City – Designing Coexistence’ is the topic of the 4th International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam (IABR), curated by Kees Christiaanse

Open City – Designing Coexistence’ is the topic of the 4th International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam (IABR), curated by Kees Christiaanse. With three exhibitions, a unique collaboration with a public broadcaster and an extensive side program of lectures, film screenings, debates, workshops, an international master class and other events, the 4th IABR embraced the theme of the Open City. More specifically, with the theme of Open City, the 4th IABR raised the question of social cohesion in the city from the point of view of its designer: how can architects and urbanists make realistic contributions to the sustainable quality of the urban condition.

Cite this publication. In April 2008 Sha Zukang, the UN's ral for Economic and Social Affairs, opened the 41st session of the Commission on Population and Development in New York with this announcement: "For the first time in history, half of the world's people would be living in urban areas by the end of this year.

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Designing Coexistence. Venice Biennale of Architecture, Francine Houben, Adriaan Geuze, Berlage instituut, Kees Christiaanse. Amstedram: SUN architecture; 2009. ISBN 978-90-8506-783-2.

Accompanying the 4th International Architecture Biennial Rotterdam, which carries the same theme as the title of this publication, Open City provides an in-depth study of the role that architecture and urban planning can play in enhancing the quality of life in a city. Designed by Mevis & van Deursen, the book features contributions from such names as; Kees Christiaanse, Marc Angelil, Bart Goldhoorn, Christian Salewski and Peter Sloterdijk. Divided in two parts, the first sees a collection of professionals drawn from different practices, charting the different dimensions of the Open City and the threats it faces. While in part two, designs for the Open City by architects, planners and activists that have actually been implemented are analysed and discussed.