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MONU #24 - DOMESTIC URBANISM

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Published on Apr 18, 2016

What happens in domestic interiors appears to be very relevant for our societies. At least, that is what Andrés Jaque argues in our interview entitled “The Home as Political Arena” for this new issue of MONU. This issue, “Domestic Urbanism”, deals with the domestic aspects of cities, and everything that is related to the human home and habitat, the scale of the house, people’s own universe, things that are usually hidden and private. According to Jaque, a great number of the processes by which our societies are shaped take place in domestic interiors, the domestic realm, and in relation to very domestic elements such as the table setting, the Christmas tree, or the TV remote control... continue reading at http://www.monu-magazine.com/issues.htm and get a printed copy at https://www.bruil.info/product/monu-2....

This issue is supported by University of Leuven’s Master of Human Settlements and Master of Urbanism and Strategic Planning (http://www.mahsmausp.be/), Erasmus University Rotterdam’s Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies (IHS) (http://www.ihs.nl/?utm_source=MONU&ut...), University of Liechtenstein’s Master (Msc) of Architecture (https://www.uni.li/en/topics/topic-ar...) and Incognita's Architectural Study Tours (http://www.incognita.ch/reisen/).

(Cover: Image is courtesy of STAR strategies + architecture. The image is part of their contribution “The Interior of the Metropolis” on page 106. ©STAR strategies + architecture; Illustrator: Masha Krasnova-Shabaeva).


Contents:

The Home as Political Arena - Interview with Andrés Jaque by Bernd Upmeyer; Chantal Akerman, Yasujirō Ozu, and the Poetics of Intimate Space by Sander Hölsgens; The Fridge, the City and the Critique of Everyday Life by Justinien Tribillon; How to Domesticate a City: Adaptive Tools to an Urban Environment by CENTRALA (Simone De Iacobis, Małgorzata Kuciewicz), with Aleksandra Kędziorek; The Minor Composition of Threshold Domesticities by Lucía Jalón Oyarzun; Redefining the Domestic between New Forms of Dwelling and Emerging Social Problems by Luca Lazzarini; The Pavilion by åyr; Re-Addressing Commons by Fabrizia Berlingieri; Housing in Continuity by Aron Bohmann and Charlotte Herbst; A Nice Normal Little Village by Cookies; An Amalgamation of Homes: 3 Micro-stories by Nele Aernouts and Sofie Van der Linden; Domestic Insecurities by Ersela Kripa and Stephen Mueller (AGENCY); The Circulation of Domesticity in a New Political Economy by Ioanna Piniara; Urbanism From Within by Neeraj Bhatia and Christopher Roach; A Short Guide through the Grand Domestic Revolution by Casco; Socialist Urban Planning and the Housing Question: At Home in Skopje by Jasna Mariotti; The Interior of the Metropolis by STAR strategies + architecture; Live, Work, Play: Learning from the Athfield House and Office by Julia Gatley, Marco Moro and Simone Ferreli; Domesticity - Interview with Herman Hertzberger by Bernd Upmeyer

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