Towards a rebel and transformative architecture from the ideal of empowerment

In the 1960s, architect Bernard Rudofsky wrote Architecture Without Architects[1] from an endogenous and rudimentary vision. But favelas, marginal settlements, and popular communities – omnipresent in our current cities – also express exactly that from an alternative perspective: The construction of urban space based on popular needs, where professional knowledge is completely absent. Nowadays mostSigue leyendo “Towards a rebel and transformative architecture from the ideal of empowerment”