Architecture and social media share a way of being understood as neutral things – their social production being obscured.
Catch a bus or a train and you’re now likely to see advertisements for state-funded schools. That’s odd.
You’re in a building. (And if you’re not, just pretend your app/software or whatever is a building anyway, it kind … More
Ola Uduku (Edinburgh University) speaks about the historical influence of Western pedagogies and architectural traditions and their local adaptation in school design.
Some ideas for seeing architecture as – amongst other things – a social science. Also a bit on why the social sciences seem to ignore architecture.
Suzanne (Suzi) Hall is an ethnographer at the LSE, London, where she explores people’s lives in urban spaces. Prior to … More
Walls* are breaks (Vesely, 2013). They break into established categories of meaning and space and make new ones. They do … More