Sonic Urbanism is a publication exploring sound and the city. It features essays on sonic communities, urban composition, acoustic architectures, phonographic methods and public performance projects.
“We live in challenging times. There is no denying that portents pertaining to the “end of the world” are writ large all around. Yet despite the implied drama of “apocalypse”, the reality is actually far more mundane and surviving it is not about building bunkers, […]
“This fourth volume in the Archifutures series investigates how architecture, traditionally considered to be a future oriented activity, can best respond as we find ourselves on the threshold of a ‘post-futurist’ condition where the future is not necessarily ahead of us, but everywhere and – perhaps most especially – ‘now’”.
“The future of expertise will be defined by people and artificial cognitive systems working collaboratively… architecture, academia and the publishing industry should take note of this, and the sooner the better.”
Archifutures is a new field guide to the future of architecture.