MODI OPERANDI #03
This publication was initiated and developed by the Borders & Territories group and financially supported by the Faculty of Architecture (Delft University of Technology) and the Border Conditions Foundation.
Territory and trans-gression: an architecture of failure alternative models of resilience in post-exploitation zones
LAYOUT & DESIGN
Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology
IMAGE, PHOTO AND MAP CREDITS
The publisher has attempted to meet the conditions imposed by law for the use of the illustrations. Anyone who nevertheless wishes to assert any rights to this material is invited to contact the publisher.
All images presented in this book are provided by the authors and contributors, with the exception of photographs by Fyodor Telkov., Bas Princen and German Pimenov.
Special thanks and sincere gratitude to:
-Frank van der Hoeven for moral, financial and organizational support.
-all involved scholars and dedicated teachers in the Borders & Territories graduate program and the Borders & Territories research program.
-Pedro Daniel Pantaleone offers special thanks to :
– Patrick Healy, teacher and mentor, for inspiring and encouraging me to pursue a personal philosophical and theoretical standpoint with his passionate and restless dedication to knowledge and teaching.
– Oscar Rommens, Nishat Awan and Mauro Parravicini for having supported me along the path and helped me push and dedicate myself to this project through their masterful expertise and guidance.
– Carlo Cristina and Luis, my family, for their blind and loving support and for having taught me we should always believe in the importance of ideas.
– Riel Bessai, Daniele Bonavita, Lorenzo Bondavalli and Hanna Rudner for their constructive and constant exchange of ideas and sensitive theoretical architectural and practical feedback.
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