The new topos 109 has been published, a critical edition dealing with this very subject: The growth of the world's population and our "higher, further, faster" style of consumption are changing the topography of our planet. Urban and rural spaces, landscapes and nature itself are all being economized What this means for us as a society and in particular for the planning professions can be read in the new issue along with my article “About Black Mirror and Patent Landscapes, or how Architects have forgotten to dream”.
„About Black Mirror and Patent Landscapes, or how Architects have forgotten to dream“, in: Topos Issue 109 – Consumption, München 2019, pp. 70 – 75. For further information please click here.