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Hypersurface Architecture II. Architectural Design

  • ID: 2220466
  • Book
  • November 1999
  • 112 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The first edition of Hypersurface presented an analysis of contemporary culture that identified two interpenetrating trends: avant garde architecture and everyday commercial practices. Hypersurface II demonstrates the convergence of these two forces that radicalizes form and deterritorializes subjectivity. This second edition further investigates the way in which effects emerge within architecture and explores the manifestations of this unprecedented moment in architecture where the rampages of commercial culture begin to cross–contaminate architectural form.
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Maggie Toy: Editorial

Stephen Perrella: Electronic Baroque

Pia Ednie–Brown: Falling into the Surface

Brian Massumi: Strange Horizon

Rebecca Carpenter: Force Affect

Giovanna Borradori: Against the Technological Interpretation of Virtuality

Haresh Lalvani: Meta Architecture

Stephen Perrella: Commercial Value and Hypersurface

Greg Seigworth: Protegulum

Charlie Watson: Cool World

Henry Wojdyla: Terry Rosenberg –


Terry Rosenberg, Stephen Perrella and Henry Wojdyla: Hypersurface

Analysis of ′Cool World′

Nox: Off the Road/103.8 MHZ V2 Lab (Part of V2 Engine) Deepsurface

– The Unvisual Image

Mark Goulthorpe –

Decoi Aegis–Hyposurface

Bernard Cache: Objectile

Marcos Novack: Eversion

Diller + Scofidio with Paul Lewis: Jump Cuts

Mark Burry: Paramorph

Kas Oosterhuis: Space Station Module Trans—Ports 2001

Frank Stella



Howard Watson: Beyond Expression?

Helen Castle: Organic Ablutions

Practice Profile: ABA

Helen Castle: Shaping a Generation

Miles Glendinning: Private Lives, Public Lives

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