Kenneth Frampton on Meditating Megalopolis | deCoding Asian Urbanism

October 1, 2016

In this interview, produced during the conference “Decoding Asian Urbanism” that took place at the South Asian Institute at Harvard University, architecture historian and critic Kenneth Frampton talks about the processes of urbanization. While referring to the city as a concept that was already obsolete in the 1950s, he advocates for landscape architecture and the mega form as tools for mediating the rise of today’s megalopolis.

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