Scroope: The Cambridge Architecture Journal - Issue 23 - Summer 2014 - CRISIS has been published!
The 23rd issue of Scroope focuses on the overarching theme of Crisis. The issue is subtly curated to highlight a wide variety of specific responses to different ideas, types, and realities of crisis – past, present, and future – within a broad architectural framework. Through a selection of articles and architectural projects it hopes to give some architectural fodder for thinking crisis anew.
This special issue sees opportunity in Crisis through productive re-evaluation and focused action. We hope you enjoy reading it and find opportunities in all crises which may befall you.
Scroope’s launch took place in TESTBED1, London on the 10th of July as a part of the University of Cambridge Architecture Summer Show.
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‘Scroope: The Cambridge Architecture Journal’ is edited and produced annually by graduate students of the Cambridge Department of Architecture. Founded in 1989, it continues to provide a platform for debate in and around architecture, urban design and wider cultural concerns.
Scroope 23 Editors:
Dimitra Dantsiou and Elizabeth Wagemann
Scroope 23 Editorial Committee:
Mark E. Breeze