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ARCHITECTURAL RENDERINGS AND THE RULE OF THE VISUAL

by Alan Grabinsky* An architectural rendering is not a neutral artifact: as an image it always wants something, and its production, distribution and circulation are conditioned by the social context. Renderings that have circulated of the “Cultural Corridor Chapultepec” [Mexico … Continue reading

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Diseconomies of Scale in Urbanism

By Caspar Lundsgaard-Hansen The Economist, a weekly news and international affairs publication from England, published an article on the limits of cities in Latin America. The article states that megacities in Latin America risk becoming a constraint on economic growth.

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