PROFESSUR FÜR ARCHITEKTUR
UND STÄDTEBAU —

PROF. KEES CHRISTIAANSE

Postanschrift: ETH Zürich – Institut für Städtebau
HIL – Stefano-Franscini-Platz 5 – 8093 Zürich
Besucheradresse: ETH Zürich – Institut für Städtebau
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OPEN CITY: DESIGNING COEXISTENCE


Tim Rieniets, Jennifer Sigler, Kees Christiaanse (eds.)

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. The question is no longer if we want to live together, but how to live together–and how to share the resources and possibilities cities offer.

 

SUN Publisher, Amsterdam

 

Part One: Dimensions

In Part One, writers from different disciplines—architecture, 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

Part Two documents research and proposals by international architects, urban designers, and activists who were asked to initiate urban design projects in situations where the Open City is most challenged

 

Content

 

Part One

 

Foreword ....... George Brugmans

Open City: Designing Coexistence ....... Tim Rieniets

Dimensions: Introduction to Part One ....... Tim Rieniets

The Open City and its Enemies ....... Kees Christiaanse

The Open City and its Historical Context ....... Angelus Eisinger

Diversity of Urbanization Patters in a Global World ....... Dieter Läpple

On Board the City ....... Regina Bittner

Migrancy and the Dislocation of Architecture ....... Stephen Cairns

The City as Bazaar ....... Arnold Reijndorp

Utopia Re-Read ....... Mark Michaeli

Cell-building, Egospheres, Self-containers ....... Peter Sloterdijk

House of Cards ....... Marc Angélil and Cary Siress

The Good City ....... Ash Amin

Spaces for Coexistence ....... Christian Salewski

Networked Infrastructure and the Urban Condition ....... Stephen Graham

Legalizing Openness ....... Gerald Frug

Producing Inequalities by Producing Built Environment ....... Orhan Esen

Crime Does Pay! ....... Michael Zinganel

Open City: Beyond Asymmetric War and Environmental Violence ....... Saskia Sassen


Part Two

 

Situations – Introduction to Part Two ....... Tim Rieniets

Refuge ....... Can Altay & Philipp Misselwitz

Community ....... Interboro

Collective ....... Bart Goldhoorn & Alexander Sverdlov

Squat ....... Rainer Hehl & Jörg Stollmann

Reciprocity ....... Stephen Cairns & Daliana Suryawinata

Maakbaarheid ....... Crimson Architectural Historians