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Architecture and Utopia Design and Capitalist DevelopmentAder understanding of the relation of architecture to society and the architect to the workforce and. The crisis of modern architecture is not the result of 'tiredness' or 'dissipation' It is rather a crisis of the ideological function of architecture The 'fall' of modern art is the final testimony of bourgeois ambiguity torn between 'positive' objectives and the pitiless self exploration of its own objective commercialization No 'salvation' is any longer to be found within it neither wandering restlessly in labyrinths of images so multivalent they end in muteness nor enclosed in the stubborn silence of geometry content with its own perfection

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Architecture and Utopia leads the reader beyond Utopia Design Epub #217 architectural form into a bro. I read this book from cover to cover but I wouldn't encourage anyone else to do the same It's not very well done It is marketed as an attempt to bring architecture capitalism and social theory into dialog with other one another—which of course is appealing—but Tafuri cannot pull it off The text is full of enormous generalizations that he neither defends nor explains For instance to take a totally random example he begins one chapter by saying The 'downfall of reason' was felt persistently in one specific area that of the metropolis Now this statement might—or might not—be compelling but he never explains what he means by the downfall of reason why he put the term in uotation marks or who persistently felt the phenomenon As a result his sweeping assertion is just empty and pompous That is very typical of the entire book I suspect that the translator bears some of the blame—it is pretty rough but surely Tafuri is the main culprit I found myself occasionally enjoying a flash of insight but for the most part feeling irritated and unenlightened by his posturing