C3 340: Breaking the Stereotype / Ground Folds / Architecture and Recipro-City
This instalment of ‘C3’ focuses on three themes: “Breaking the Stereotype”, “Ground Folds” and “Architecture and Recipro-City”. The first features an essay by Silvio Carta, plus projects like the Toda House by Kimihiko Okada and Atelier-Bisque Doll by UID Architects, and examines a reformulation of living spaces. The second looks at topological geometry in architecture, such as the Monteagudo Museum by Amann-Cánovas-Maruri and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden Visitor Center by Weiss/Manfredi. The third, led by Nelson Mota’s essay on decoding vernacular architecture, includes Apartments Buso by dmvA Architecten and the Quingpu Youth Center by Atelier Deshaus.