Jakarta Architecture + Adaptation

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Etienne Turpin, Adam Bobbette
Universitas Indonesia Press, 2013 - Architecture - 310 pages
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As architecture negotiates its adaptive capacity in relation to postnatural hypercomplexities- the interactions among urban poverty, development, and design pressurized by global climate change - we participate in the construction of collaborative design research practices that offer architects a meaningful and decisive place alongside those struggling to exercise their practices of freedom through collective enunciations of urban existence. 'Architecture + Adaptation' is a collaborative research platform investigating the intersections among extreme environmental circumstances, urban poverty, and architecture practice and production. Relying heavily on situated research, community engagement, and field observation, this book conducts intensive site-based research to produce both the visual documentation and analysis of environmental pressure and the tools for urban poverty advocacy that promote practices of mutual aid and community resilience.

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