New Babylonians: Contemporary Visions of a Situationist City
The Situationists, who first appeared on the architectural scene in the 1960s, regarded cities as the ultimate opportunity for creative self-expression. While there are many publications about the history of the Situationist International, New Babylonians offers unique coverage of how their tactics are currently employed in architectural and urban strategies. It features renowned architects and educators who were first generation Situationists and also highlights some of the most exciting international practitioners involved in urban design today.
* Contains contributions from an impressive roster of academics, designers, writers, and art practitioners
* Offers timely and lively insights about contemporary urban architecture and art.
by: Iain Borden