Architecture and Anti-Terrorist Paranoia
This is really interesting:
(In)Security explores a new design vocabulary in direct response to the climate of fear and paranoia that currently drives the program and aesthetic of much contemporary urban design. The project addresses the current and future state of security in and around the Wall Street financial district, creating viable security alternatives while simultaneously questioning our nation's current philosophy that security = freedom.
Full paper here.
Posted on November 1, 2007 at 11:47 AM • 12 Comments