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Is There (Anti-)Neoliberal Architecture?

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16.5 × 22.5 × 1.5 cm

Edited by Ana Jeinic, Anselm Wagner. Contributions by Ole Fischer, Maria S. Giudici, Rixt Hoekstra, Christiane Irxenmayer, Tahl Kaminer, Ana Llorente, Olaf Pfeifer, Andreas Rumpfhuber, Ana Jeinic, Oliver Ziegenhardt, Gideon Boie.

What relationship can be traced between neoliberalism and our built environment? This publication seeks to complement the primarily geographical and sociological approaches to neoliberalism from the perspective of architectural theory. Essays discuss both theoretical concerns and built examples.

  1. Is There (Anti-)Neoliberal Architecture?

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