PLOT 21

Monday 3 de November, 2014
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PLOT 21, the October-November 2014 issue, is out on the street! You can find it in bookstores and in our virtual store. In the first part of the magazine we reproduced the introduction of “The Petropolis of Tomorrow” by co-editor Neeraj Bhatia along with representative graphics of the exhaustive analysis of a new possible urbanism that could follow up the oil-bearing boom in high seas in Brasil. We also present a historic revision of the Higienópolis neighborhood in San Pablo and its importance as an example of architectural and urban experimentation linked to an innovative social agenda. Lastly, we show a variety of projects by Galpón Estudio. In the practice section there´s an emphasis put on emerging architecture in the United States. Cristina Goberna introduces six new practices –including her own- in New York (FKAA, Bittertang, Playlab, Formlessfinder, Work AC and SO-IL), we present Studio Gang from Chicago with an interview and three projects and finally we share two new projects by Richard Meier & Partners with an interview by Florencia Rodriguez. In this new edition of Out of Time, Ciro Najle talks to Michael Meredith in his home and studio in Harlem. In addition we publish an interview to Michael Hays by Florencia Rodriguez and the introduction of the book “The Air from other Planets” by Sean Lally.

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INDEX

EDITORIAL (see online)

MAGAZINE

The Petropolis of Tomorrow. This book is a precise speculation of the new and necessary urban and infrastructural possibilities to go along with the oil-bearing boom in the high seas in Brazil. In this edition we reproduce the introduction of its co-editor, Neeraj Bathia. (see online)

Higienópolis – an agenda for an urban reinvention. Sol Camacho Dávalos and María Arquero De Alarcón present us with a historical analysis of the Higienópolis neighborhood in the city of San Pablo where they explore meanings in its urban plot and modernist-paulista tradition in relationship with domestic architecture in a particular socio-cultural context. (see online)

Galpón Estudio. We present a variety of projects by the architectural collective Galpón Estudio founded in 2008 and made up of Leo Ferreti, Ramiro Gallardo, Gustavo Nielsen, Max Zolkwer y Enrico Rovalett: plazas Magaldi and Unamuno, los Juegos Sonoros, a setting for Ceamse in the framework of the Tecnópolis fair and lastly a big infrastructure for the stage for Iguazú en Concierto. (see online)

PRACTICE

Studio Gang.We publish an interview and three projects of the studio leaded by Jeanne Gang that express an interest to explore new materialities and scales of work: Aqua Tower, WMS Boathouse in Clark Park, and the SOS Children´s Village Lavezzorio Community Center. (see online)

New practices in New York. We invited Fake Industries Architectural Agonism (FKAA) to curate a section about incipient practices in New York. We present Bittertang, Playlab, Formlessfinder, Work Architecture Company and SO-IL. (see online)

Richard Meier & Partners.We show two of Richard Meier & Partner´s most recent projects and a brief interview by Florencia Rodriguez where Meier shares with us his interests and stories. (see online)

THEORY

OOT 023/ Michael Meredith.Ciro Najle converses with Michael Meredith, cofounder of MOS, in his studio, located in his house in Harlem in New York. They talk about the particularities of the objects, work processes, formalisms and his influences, the cultural responsibility of the architect and other subjects. (see online)

In-between recreation and mystery. Interview to Michael Hays.We publish a conversation between Michael Hays and Florencia Rodriguez where they talk about subjects regarding theory, criticism, history, the social role and transcendence of architecture and a revision of his work. (see online)

Future Nostalgia.We share and reproduce the introduction of “The Air from other Planets” by Sean Lally that like many other contemporary books, explores the relationships between the themes of landscape, ecology, and technology. (see online)

See content for other PLOT issues:

PLOT 01 PLOT 02 / PLOT 03 PLOT 04 / PLOT 05 PLOT 06 / PLOT 07 / PLOT 08 / PLOT 09 PLOT 10 PLOT Special Edition Nº2: Constructive details. 1º Unfinished Technological Map / PLOT 11 PLOT 12 / PLOT 13 / PLOT 14 / PLOT 15 / PLOT Special Edition Nº3: Constructive details. 2º Unfinished Technological Map/ PLOT 16 / PLOT 17 / PLOT 18 / PLOT 19 / PLOT 20/ PLOT 21

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