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Created in 2017 and published by the Italian publisher Rosenberg & Sellier, Ardeth is a semiannual journal in architecture and urban studies. Concerning with the operational work of the architects, i.e. projects. and their potentialities, the journal aims to open a space for discussion and reflection around the theory of projects.

Latest issue
6 | 2020

Design and the challenge of change

Incorporating contingency into our fundamental thinking about architecture contradicts the way we theorize, practice, and historicize the field. Accidents happen, yet architects rarely let chance play a role in their visions. How contingency play a role in architectural design and thinking? How designers incorporate change in their practice? The forward-facing nature of contingency scholarship, if we give it a name, may embed possible worlds that are more just, more compassionate, and more aware of the inequalities that accompany the uneven distribution of the most vital resource i our times: space. This issue began with the aim of exploring contingency thinking, and is completed from within contingent times, when nothing seems certain and contingency is less a lens than the air we breathe.

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