By Sarah Menin
The cultured in position / Arnold Berleant -- The sacred setting : an research of the sacred and its implications for place-making / Fran pace -- What use is the genius loci? / Ian Thompson -- developing position ... at the seashore / Simon Unwin -- developing casual areas / Peter Kellett -- Migrant houses : ethnicity, identification and family area tradition / Didem Kilickiran -- groups of dread / Simon Richards -- layout within the urban : actors and contexts / Ali Madanipour -- The professor's residence : Martin Heidegger's residence at Freiburg-im-Breisgau / Adam Sharr -- Place-making : the inspiration of centre / Max Robinson -- Hybrid identities : 'public' and 'private' lifestyles within the courtyard homes of Barabazaar, Kolkata, India / Martin Beattie -- Diagonal : transversality and worldmaking / Andrew Ballantyne -- Modernity and the brink : psychologizing the areas in-between / Stephen Kite -- Transparency and catatonia / Kati Blom -- Siting lives : postwar place-making / Nathaniel Coleman -- 'Awakening position' : Le Corbusier at los angeles Sainte Baume / flowers Samuel -- chickening out to stay : enjoying and fact at Muuratsalo / Sarah Menin -- From position to planet : Jrn Utzon's earthbound systems and floating roofs / Richard Weston -- The panorama of labor : a spot for the auto / Brian Carter -- Rooted modernity : reconstructing reminiscence in structure / Samia Rab -- Making our position : the Museum of recent Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa / Michael P.T. Linzey -- Architectural spoils : Francesco Venezia and Sicily's spogliatoia / Annette Condello -- Horizon within the Hamar Museum : an device of structure and a manner of website / Suzanne Ewing
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C. Gill, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1993, p. 59. 8 Although the remnant wooden huts create a sense of a barren waste of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the brick-built camp of Auschwitz itself has quite a different quality, as Pelt and Westfall examine. R. W. Westfall, Architectural Principles in the Age of Historicism, New Haven: Yale, 1991. S. Casey, Getting Back into Place, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1993, p. x. See also A. Vidler, The Architectural Uncanny, Cambridge MA: MIT Press, 1994.
32 Introduction The gathering of cultural memory into a conception of new building is further examined by Annette Condello in ‘Architectural spoils: Francesco Venezia and Sicily’s spogliatoia’. Condello examines the term ‘spoil’ through an analysis of the work of the Italian architect Venezia, defining ‘spoil’ in this context as the improvisation of materials and ideas, through measuring or adjusting the specific image in question. Rather than pursuing the pilfering connotations of cultural fragments, Condello explores how spoils impact as a positive image of architecture on the construction of place (Fig.
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