Essays by Roemer van Toorn, Ole Bouman and Dave Wendt:
SPACE, vector of interest
The Invisible in Architecture
Authors/editors Roemer van Toorn, and Ole Bouman. Academy Editions & Ernst and Sohn, 1994. 520 pages
The Invisible in Architecture, by Roemer van Toorn, and Ole Bouman
Architecture or Status Quo, by Roemer van Toorn, and Ole Bouman
Conversations by Roemer van Toorn, and Ole Bouman:
Oswald Matthias Ungers: Le Style, c'est L'Homme
Quinlan Terry, Classical Architecture is no Saviour
Denise Scott Brown, Architecture for King Client
Richard Rogers, A Modern View, or a View on the Modern
Oriol Bohigas, Between Omnipotence and Aluminosis
Alvaro Siza, Desperately Seeking Siza
Herman Hertzberger, Ryebread Architecture
Jean Nouvel, Tomorrow Can Take Care of Itself
Charles Jencks, The Reason why I Laugh or: The Topsy-Turvydom of Post-Modern Architectural Ethics
Giancarlo De Carlo, Architecture is too Important to leave to the Architects
Rem Koolhaas, Architecture at Remdom; The Blinkers that Make the Visionary
Ernest Mandel, The Need for Space as a Global Problem:Manifesto
Amos Rapoport, On 'The Invisible in Architecture'
Peter Eisenman, Visions 'Unfolding: Arch. in the Age of Media
Kenneth Frampton, In Search of Ground
Manfred Hegger, Ecology: the Invisible Factor
Gianni Vattimo, Myth and the Fate of Secularisation
Hal Foster, Architecture, Development, Memory
Richard Sennett, Our Culture is in Need of an Art of Exposure
Pietro Derossi, Interpretation, Mediation, Narrative in Arch.
Henri Raymond, Afterthoughts on Architectural Cynicism
David Harvey, The Invisible Political Economy of Arch. Production
Martha Rossler, In the Place of the Public, ...
Francesco Venezia, Architecture as Evocation of Concealed Time
Biography of each contributor with a special portrait including a political statement in which they present their stance.