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Making Space for Time

David Leatherbarrow

David Leatherbarrow is Professor of Architecture, Chairman of the Architecture PhD Program, and Associate Dean at the University of Pennsylvania, where he has taught architectural design, history, and theory since 1984. Before Penn he taught at Cambridge University and the University of Westminster. He has also visited and taught at many universities in the USA and abroad. David Leatherbarrow earned his Bachelor of Architecture Degree at the University of Kentucky and his PhD in Art at the University of Essex. His books include Architecture Oriented Otherwise (2009, Princeton Architectural Press), Topographical Stories: Studies in landscape and architecture (2004, University of Pennsylvania Press), and Surface Architecture (2005, MIT Press), written in collaboration with Mohsen Mostafavi. Earlier books include Uncommon Ground: Architecture, technology and topography; The Roots of Architectural Invention: Site, enclosure and materials (2002, MIT Press); and On Weathering: The life of buildings in time (1993, MIT Press), again with Mostafavi. In addition to these books he has published over 80 scholarly articles. In the past, his research has focused on various topics in the history and theory of architecture, gardens, and urbanism; more recently his work has concentrated on the impact of contemporary technology on architecture and the city. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Building Dynamics : Exploring Architecture of Change

Routledge, 2015

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... MAKING SPACE FOR TIME DAVID LEATHERBARROW 0 Leatherbarrow.indd 015-05-04 9:45 PM Guthrie Theater (2006) in Minneapolis, designed by Jean Nouvel. and look have been brought to the state that was specified in design. From...

The project of design research

David Leatherbarrow

David Leatherbarrow is Professor of Architecture, Chairman of the Architecture PhD Program, and Associate Dean at the University of Pennsylvania, where he has taught architectural design, history, and theory since 1984. Before Penn he taught at Cambridge University and the University of Westminster. He has also visited and taught at many universities in the USA and abroad. David Leatherbarrow earned his Bachelor of Architecture Degree at the University of Kentucky and his PhD in Art at the University of Essex. His books include Architecture Oriented Otherwise (2009, Princeton Architectural Press), Topographical Stories: Studies in landscape and architecture (2004, University of Pennsylvania Press), and Surface Architecture (2005, MIT Press), written in collaboration with Mohsen Mostafavi. Earlier books include Uncommon Ground: Architecture, technology and topography; The Roots of Architectural Invention: Site, enclosure and materials (2002, MIT Press); and On Weathering: The life of buildings in time (1993, MIT Press), again with Mostafavi. In addition to these books he has published over 80 scholarly articles. In the past, his research has focused on various topics in the history and theory of architecture, gardens, and urbanism; more recently his work has concentrated on the impact of contemporary technology on architecture and the city. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Design Innovation for the Built Environment : Research by design and the renovation of practice

Routledge, 2012

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... The project of design research David Leatherbarrow The general system of the sciences and the arts is a kind of labyrinth, a twisting road, which the mind enters without really knowing the route it ought to take. Jean le Rond d’Alembert,...

Architecture and the Politics of Aesthetics: Autonomy, Heteronomy and the Philosophy of Art

The Missed Encounter of Radical Philosophy with Architecture

Bloomsbury Academic, 2014

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... between his designs for schools, libraries or churches and his factory constructions for Ford and others (see Leatherbarrow and Mostavi, 2002, pp. 2–6). Yet it was precisely the latter – appropriated as functional architecture, and thus...