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Challenging and inspiring architecture to think more deeply about architecture and it relationship with the wider world

The Notopia Manifesto: limited run of 500

The Notopia Manifesto: limited run of 500


The Notopia Manifesto is a 32-page booklet collecting five essays featured in the June 2016 issue of The Architectural Review. Charles Jencks looks at Generic Individualism in Signapore and the shift in outlook needed to prevent everywhere looking the same. Kevin Holden Platt looks at copycat architecture and the trend for stealing starchitect designs, Anna Minton asks who exactly the city is for, Douglas Murphy tracks the fall of streets in the sky and Jonathan Glancey asks how towns and cities that once relied on industry for their identity can forge it anew.

This publication is a limited run of 500 copies with 2 possible cover designs.