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Delirious New York
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Monday, 24 May Rem Koolhaas: A Retrospective Manifesto for Manhattan Written while Rem Koolhaas was a visiting professor at the Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies in New York, and first published in – written during a period of financial crisis, with the city government narrowly avoiding bankruptcy through a substantial federal loan.
A utopia that is indifferent to topography, imposing the mental over the real. The grid system in Manhattan predicted the future condition of the city; its two dimensional restrictions gave way to three dimensional freedom, and the millions of people that it now houses was envisaged far before a tiny proportion were even present. Any site could now be multiplied ad infinitum to produce a proliferation of floor space.
By separating the internal and external, the monolith of the skyscraper spared the outside world of everyday life, a shell housing layers of reality.
Entering a building in Manhattan, even changing floors, could become an act of moving between worlds.
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Media technologies were structurally integrated into the modern metropolis, as can be seen in the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, Daily News Building, and most importantly the Rockefeller Moolhaas. His desire was to purify the city, and give its residents access to light and air.
His urban form removed the congestion, offering only the efficiency of banality in exchange. This congestion, in a realm divorced from reality, forces the metropolis ever upward into the speculative. During these playful journeys through Manhattans history, Koolhaas advocates his duty to modernity, if not to architectural modernism as a movement.
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Delirious New York: A Retroactive Manifesto for Manhattan by Rem Koolhaas
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Between and he taught at the University of Manchester School of Architecture, and between and at the University of Sheffield School of Architecture.
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