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X Agendas for Architecture II

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Marc Schoonderbeek, Oscar Rommens, Loed Stolte


Symposium and Capita Selecta lecture series

I           An agenda is a list, to record what needs to be done. 

II         An agenda requires a consensus, to share agreements.

III        An agenda displays a timetable, to schedule the future.

IV        An agenda offers an organisation, to structure life.   

V          An agenda unfolds a plan, to manifest an alternative.

VI        An agenda provides a margin, to note observations.

VII       An agenda has an intent, to pursue targets/goals.

VIII      An agenda proclaims an idea, to lay out a vision. 

IX         An agenda specifies a topic/issue, to be worked out.

X          An Agenda implies…


X Agendas for Architecture offers an overview of recent agendas for architecture, presenting a range of contributors into a structured discourse to highlight issues and extend questions on the necessity of 'an' agenda within the historical turning point(s) of contemporary architecture. This speculative publication collates ideas from architectural professionals and educators to the up-and-coming generation of agenda-makers.


Authors featured in X Agendas for Architecture are, in order of appearance: Javier Quintana, Gijs Wallis de Vries, Marc Koehler, Sang Lee, Alexander Wright, Manuel Gausa, Urs Hirschberg, Patrik Schumacher, Christopher Platt, Gerard van Zeijl, Alejandro Zaera-Polo, Martine De Maeseneer, Leonel Moura, Malkit Shoshan, Weimin Zhuang, Sarah Lorenzen, Michiel Riedijk, Marcos Cruz, Pnina Avidar, Henriette Bier, François Roche, Toomas Tammis, Machiel Spaan, Hannah Le Roux, José Maria Nava Townsend, and Micha de Haas.

Published by Artifice
Editors: Marc Schoonderbeek, Oscar Rommens, Loed Stolte

X Agendas for Architecture II
X Agendas for Architecture II
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