Hidden Architecture Series
“A hard rain’s a-gonna fall” is a personal project curated by Hidden Architecture where we will try to publish and bring back to current days forgotten texts and manifestos written by architects which are essential to understand the discipline of Architecture within our social context.
“Intersections Fields” is a series curated by Hidden Architecture where we publish the casual connections between projects from different architects and periods of history that we find when we are researching to produce this journal.
“Tentative d’Épuisement”, is a series curated by Hidden Architecture where we explore the practice of an architectural criticism without rhetoric and based mainly on the physical experience of the work itself.
“Never Modern” is a series curated by Hidden Architecture where we explore the conditions of several urban projects from 1950s onwards that, starting from the hypothesis of the Modern Movement, they surpassed its orthodoxy to adapt the urban features to local conditions.
“Attitude” is a personal project curated by Hidden Architecture that explores current works by contemporain architectes which, despite its differences regarding cultural or phisychal contexts, share a practical attention towards the social value of Architecture as a public structure.
“Ungreen” is a series curated by Hidden Architecture where we attempt to create a resistance against some of the dogmas assimilated within contemporary discourse that sustainable architecture has to be “green”. We want to recover the ancestral knowledge that was shared among generations throughout the history of humanity.
“All the Books” is a series curated by Hidden Architecture where we review and analyze current architectural books and publications that share a similar approach or interest as this magazine.
‘Don’t Amputate-Renovate’ is a series curated by Hidden Architecture where we conduct a work of recovering and archiving of buildings demolished in New York before the creation of the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission in April 1965 after the demolition of the Pennsylvania station.
“EuropaN-O” recovers some of the most important unbuilt Europan projects before the financial crisis of 2008.
“Infrastructural Urbanism”, explores the evolutionary potential over time of certain urban and architectural structures. The infrastructural nature of these projects allows them to accommodate and assume the uncertainty of future development as a project tool.