Social function

As food for thought on the current status of architecture, author Arie Graafland sees architecture and society as inseparable, into which he injects the French theorists Grilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari's concept of 'socius' as an understanding that society and architecture are directly mediated by the programme and functions of ...

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