Strike#2 – Language

The second issue of Strike architectural and cultural magazine is on language, as the language of architecture, architectural form, and the language of architectural writing and critic. This issue concentrates on stories behind cities, the meaning of the urbanized landscape and the possibilities or evolution of architectural representation and interpretation.Editor: Dávid Smiló

Release date: 2015 Spring Semester


Szabolcs Molnár, Dávid Smiló, The Language of Forms and the City – Conversation with Ekler Dezső

Miklós Zsámboki, “A map is all he sees” – Google Street View

Ákos Moravánszky, Beyond the Sings: Atmospheres in Swiss Architecture

Béla Kerékgyártó, The Architect as a Cultural Player – Adolf Loos on the Language of objects and architecture

Dániel Veress, Fin de Siécle Architecture as a Global and Vernacular Language – A Comperative Analysis of Four Programmatic Essays from the Austro-Hungarian Empire

Kadri Tamre, (Un)certain Translations – From the theory of parametricism to real-world physical production of highly complex material formations

Miklós Borsik, The Interpreter’s Hysteria – Essay fragment on Babel and co-dependency


Editors: Jakab Buda, Gergő Mónus
Graphic design:  Zoltán Szmolka
English translater: Emese Polyák
Hungarian texts copy editor: Miklós Zsámboki
Cover image: Máté Lakos
Contributors: Attila Róbert Csóka , Szabolcs Molnár

HU-ISSN 2415-895X

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