9 / Network
We live in a world where everything – politics, economy, ecology, society and culture – is strongly connected. They create the apparent and illusive NETWORKS that shape our cities and the way we experience them. We explore some of them, whether physical or virtual, formal and informal, to understand their possibilities and power in our lives.
Contributors include Ioanna Angelidou, Nick Axel, Ethel Baraona, Chicago Architectural Club, Beatriz Colomina, Iker Gil, Cecilia Galera, Marc Goodwin, Paddy Harrington, Jiang Jun, Jesse LeCavalier, MAS Studio, Bruce G. Moffat, Cesar Reyes, Sarah Rich, Nicola Twilley and Haibo Yu.
Issue 9 Introduction
Issue introduction by Iker Gil, editor in chief of MAS Context
Power of Networks
Essay by Paddy Harrington, creative director for Bruce Mau Design
From Xerography to HTML
Ethel Baraona Pohl and Cesar Reyes from dpr-barcelona interview Beatriz Colomina
Network Reset competition organized by MAS Studio and the Chicago Architectural Club
Essay by architect Ioanna Angelidou
The Chicago Freight Tunnels
Essay by Bruce G. Moffat
The Supurban Project
Project by Nick Axel
Through the Lens of Food
Iker Gil interviews Sarah Rich and Nicola Twilley
Networks of Architecture: Keedoozle and Walmart
Essay by architect Jesse LeCavalier
Photographs by Cecilia Galera and Marc Goodman
A Village by the SEZ:
The Dafen Sample of China’s Urbanization
Essay by designer, editor and critic Jiang Jun. Photography by Yu Haibo.