SERIES 1 – DISRUPTION | ISSUE 2
Issue 2 – Abnormal
Abnormal studies the new ways of acting, thinking and representing architecture. In this issue we reflect about the architect’s role and how the weirdness takes part in the professional scope. We also devote time to understanding the creative use of the mistake and the hypocritical dialectics of retail architecture. These are some of the themes with which we portray a contemporary idea of abnormality in architecture.
Contributors:amid.cero9 (Cristina Díaz Moreno & Efrén García Grinda), Manuel Benito, Eudes Bonneau-Cattier, Bureau A, Santiago Cirugeda, Francisco García Triviño, María Mallo, Anthony Morey, Ana Peñalba, Philippe Rahm, Luis Úrculo.
Cover design by BADESAISON
About series 1: Disruption
The term disruption or disruptive is a word used to name that which produces a sudden rupture or break. Usually, the term is used in a symbolic sense, referring to something that generates an important or decisive change. Generally, the concept of disruption is associated with the promotion of change, with innovation. It does not always imply disruption or disorder, but the replacement of the foregoing by new proposals that respond to questions not raised beforehand.