Stop: Keep Moving – An Oxymoronic Approach to Architecture
The subtitle of the book says it all: An Oxymoronic Approach to Architecture. The lively urbanist revolutionaries of Mexico City-based Bunker Arquitectura take a powerfully unconventional approach to architecture, urban planning and design, using oxymorons – inherently contradictory concepts – to create new meaning and find ingenious solutions to eccentric demands. The book itself is a delightful collection of bits and pieces, drawings, cartoons, maps, aerial photos, collages, even completed projects, showing the firm’s remarkably diverse approach to problem-solving. Whether they’re designing urban plazas, apartment buildings, car showrooms or religious sites, this firm takes nothing for granted. They’re not hung up on pristine, modernist beauty, or aiming to be published in the glossy shelter magazines; this bunch is more likely to take on an abandoned project in a slum and turn it into something dynamic.
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