The book attempts to build the argument that the modern planning paradigm has dis-integrated the cities and there is a need for pluralistic imagination in urban planning. The argument is built around three large themes.
The part III we shall discuss the variations of modernist manifestos , bold tectonic operatives and complex formal architectural discourses that has influenced the academics and practices around the world.
The part II discusses the larger operative metaphor that has been experimented on houses and enable larger architectural discourses and influenced the academics and practices around the world
The book attempts to articulate various interface between city and culture and written in interdisciplinary manner. The word interdisciplinary means it attempts to read city and culture from other disciplines or views.
If one attempts to scan the genesis of architectural theory and its set of influencing forces, one is tempted to question the methodological challenges that architectural theory has to adapt.
This book brings important conversation between urban resilience and urban morphology