Histories of Postwar Architecture

Histories of Postwar Architecture (HPA) is a biannual open-access peer-reviewed Journal that aims to publish innovative and original papers on postwar architecture, with no geographical, methodological, historiographical or disciplinary restrictions.

Histories of Postwar Architecture (HPA) is a biannual open-access peer-reviewed Journal that aims to publish innovative and original papers on post-war architecture, with no geographical, methodological, historiographical or disciplinary restrictions.

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HPA - Call for Papers - Histories of the Future

 

Histories of Postwar Architecture is dedicating its first issue to histories of the future which, imagined in the prewar period, survived, conceptually or physically, in the postwar era. Which was the physical and cultural destiny of prewar visions of either built or un-built futures, in the postwar scenario? What influence did they have on places, cities or environments? What traces of them remain in our present?

 
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Issue 0 (2017)

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Table of Contents

Editorial
 

Invited Papers

Daniel Naegele
Pepa Cassinello
Andre Tavares
Nicholas Adams
Dominique Rouillard
Mary McLeod
Giovanni Leoni
Christophe Van Gerrewey
Maristella Casciato

Reviews

Anna Lisa Carpi
Anna Rosellini
Matteo Sintini