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Post-urbanity – Post-urbano by Helen Shulkin

Helen Shulkin, Vancouver Cruise Terminal II, 2018   Post-urbanity Technological evolution has changed urban objects. Many urban spaces have lost their previous function like postindustrial areas and many urban objects are influenced by a postmodernism, and should be therefore be defined as post-urban spaces and objects. Posturbanity reveals new strata of recent sociological, cultural and technological developments. Some of its architectural identities deepened into the style of neofuturism and some into the structural expressionism like hightech architecture. These changes force […]