The architectural practices and the Danish Welfare State: A changing open relationship

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Resumé

Do you remember how promising was the “New Millenium” at the end of the Nineties, when our only concern was the “millennium bug”? What happened then in the first twenties?

Looking back in anger is never a good choice but if a sum of complex factors, global or local, structured or unexpected, weaken the role of the architects and deliver to us an uncertain and precarious future; then maybe, the time for the initial hysteria and the round-tables, dreaming about the glorious past days, like a reunion of (Work)-alcoholics Anonymous, is over; and we should start brushing up on the history of our discipline to understand when and how: when already happened and how the modes of architectural production already changed in the past?

Considering the relationship between the architecture and labour, the aim of this contribution is to give an overview of the evolution of the mode of production in the worldwide workflow, the related evolution in the ways of organizing and shaping the architectural practices and to question the Danish case in relation to these.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelEmerging Architectures : The Changing Shape of Architectural Practices
RedaktørerWalter Unterrainer
Antal sider8
ForlagAarhus School of Architecture
Publikationsdato2018
Sider74-81
ISBN (Trykt)9788790979751
StatusUdgivet - 2018

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Gigliotti, A. (2018). The architectural practices and the Danish Welfare State: A changing open relationship. I W. Unterrainer (red.), Emerging Architectures: The Changing Shape of Architectural Practices (s. 74-81). Aarhus School of Architecture.
Gigliotti, Angela. / The architectural practices and the Danish Welfare State : A changing open relationship. Emerging Architectures: The Changing Shape of Architectural Practices. red. / Walter Unterrainer. Aarhus School of Architecture, 2018. s. 74-81
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