Productive City: in AA’s new issue

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In the table of contents of AA 430, May 2019:


On Ateliers O-S architectes’ bookshelves, News from Sanaa, Hudson Yards and the Vessel by Thomas Heatherwick, completed buildings, exhibitions and quotes…

REPORT – Productive city

Investigation: Nuisance: the stuff of architecture, by Jean-Philippe Hugron
Portrait: Dominique Perrault’s medieval village, by Andrew Ayers
Expertise: Farm follows function, by Valérie de Saint-Do
Heritage: Van Nelle’s paradox, by Nina Rappaport
– Canal Plan, Brussels, ongoing, an interview with Kristiaan Borret, Brussels’ bouwmeester, by Emmanuelle Borne
– Amager Bakke incinerator and ski slope, Copenhagen, 2018, by Catherine Sabbah
– Helsinki Dreispitz appartements and archives, Basel, 2014, by Andreas Kofler
– L’AUC, Chapelle International development zone, Paris 18th arrondissement, 2019, by Christophe Catsaros


Cinema: Featuring Biosphère, by Christophe Le Gac
Extract: The impetus of Agnès Varda
Report: Philippe Braquenier, Inventorying inventory
Actors: Isabelle Baraud-Serfaty: “The intelligent city isn’t optional”, an interview by Christelle Granja
Report: Thomas Coldefy and Éric Delerue : “Cooking is about mastering fire”


Three questions to: Lorenzo Mannara, Armstrong’s Sales Director for Southern Europe
Project and products: Offices, floor to ceiling, by Kaoru Urata

AA’s 430th issue – Productive city – is available on our online store.

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