• Yona Friedman Dessins & maquettes 1945-2010
  • Les Tours Aillaud, Cité Pablo Picasso, Nanterre
  • i dea No. 2 // Heterotopia Image from Beyond the Campo Marzio, Miles Gertler & Matt Davis, 2012. Excerpt from Michel Foucault’s Of Other Spaces (Heterotopias), 1967.
  • + Proyecto: Ville Spatiale, 1960 + Arquitecto: Yona Friedman
  • Past Futures, Present, Futures
  • About the Spatial Experience: Hans Dieter Schaal’s Paths, Passages and Spaces (1970′s)
  • Maquettesde « tours » faisant usagede la technique de la ville spatiale, feutre sur plastique, carton et carteline sur carton plume. (Yona Friedman)
  • Archigram’s Plug-in City, Constant Nieuwenhuys’ New Babylon and Yona Friedman’s La Ville spatiale rank among the incunabula of the 1960s. Combining visionary architecture, pop culture, art, and situationist rebellion, they became known far beyond the narrow confines of urban planning.
  • comoVER - Arte, Arquitetura e Urbanismo: Metabolismo Japonês - Parte 2 [ou as estruturas capazes de vencer a natureza]
  • Stop City, by Dogma.
  • Spatial city_1958_Yona Friedman
  • “Nowhere I actually want to be”: Drawings by Kat Masback – SOCKS
  • Serlio_DOGMA
  • Yona Friedman_La Ville Spatiale
  • Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #2151
  • renaudie-ivry-01
  • Fabio Alessandro Fusco, Italian architect and teacher, made a set of drawings entitled
  • Gallery - A Utopian Dream Stood Still: Ricardo Bofill's Postmodern Parisian Housing Estate of Noisy-le-Grand - 3
  • Absolute Architecture Courtesy of LOKOMOTIV Architects
  • A Utopian Dream Stood Still: Ricardo Bofill's Postmodern Parisian Housing Estate of Noisy-le-Grand,Les Orgues de Flandre, 19e arrondissement Paris, 2014. Image ©  Laurent Kronental
  • The Ecstasy of Communication is an anti-manifesto that confronted and dispensed with such influences as Marshall McLuhan, Guy Debord, and Georges Bataille. It is an essential crib-book, lexicon, and companion piece to any and all of Baudrillard’s books. Twenty-five years after its original publication, it remains not only a prescient portrait of our contemporary condition, but also a dark mirror into which we have not yet dared to look.
  • This volume is the first comprehensive English-language presentation of the Scandinavian Situationists and their role in the Situationist movement. The Situationist movement was an international movement of artists, writers and thinkers that in the 1950s and 1960s that strived to revolutionize the world through rejecting bourgeois art and the post-World War Two capitalist consumer society. http://nebulabooks.dk/ExpectAnything.pdf
  • Robert Montgomery's “poetic and melancholic post-Situationist” typographic art. Blade Runner meets Jack Kerouac.
  • The Poetics of Space, Gaston Bachelard
  • Theory of Non-Sites, by Robert Smithson (1968)
  • Hanging House: February 1939
  • Traces of nature in Japanese Suburbs / Yukiko Suto
  • Akira-Yamaguchi-01
  • The Piranesi Variations, Field of Walls model at the Venice Biennale Dogma 2012
  • Exodus8
  • A Growing, Incremental Place – Incremental Time: “Victims”, a Project by John Hejduk (1984) – SOCKS
  • Rob Strati: Creating Civilizations