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Lecture Series

LOEWE Research Cluster

Architectures of Order. Practices and Discourses between Design and Knowledge

Newly published

“Architectures of Order” is an interdisciplinary research project (2020-2023) of the Goethe University Frankfurt and Technical University of Darmstadt, with the Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Legal Theory and the Deutsches Architekturmuseum as associated partners. Comprising 26 members, the project is concerned with an investigation of architecture as a cultural practice of ordering, that manifests aesthetically, materially, spatially, discursively as well as epistemologically. ...

Lecture Series

Publication

Newly published

Newly published

The first volume of the publication series “Architectures of Order” has been published. The book includes a text written by Carsten Ruhl under the title of “Kracauer’s Architecture, The Ornamental Nature of the New Capitalist Order”. The publication series is published within CCSA Topics.

Lecture

The Talent-Meter: Space, Labor, and Architecture in Soviet Russia

The Talent-Meter: Space, Labor, and Architecture in Soviet Russia

Alla Vronskaya

Buildings, projects, and even architects’ bodies exist a wider world—the world of socio-economic reality. Exploring architecture’s engagement with this reality, the lecture examines how a Fordist belief in maximizing efficiency through optimizing the division of labor …

Publication

Newly published

Newly published

The recent publication, which grew out of work in SP B3, focuses on 3D printing, which is significantly changing architecture and design as well as engineering and construction. The book portrays the rapid advances in research and industrial processes that have paved the road for this upheaval.

Series of Events

Winter term 2022/23

Winter term 2022/23

The series of CCSA Talks will continue to offer insights into research projects by members and invited guests. The series is organized by the Center for Critical Studies in Architecture. The talks take place online via Zoom.