Future Airports

2017-1019

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SpecificationsISBN: 978-1-951541-00-2 Binding: softbound Pages: 220pp Publication Date: Spring 2020 Size: 10″ x 10″ Square World Rights: Available

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Future Airports re-examines the relationship between the growth of capital and the history of New York City real estate by speculating that airports play a role in the city’s financial success. What is the typology of a successful airport for the 21st Century? What role does the airport play in the context of rapid globalization and ever-expanding International logistics networks? Can the Airport become a regional economic catalyst while also creating an inspiring and novel experience for passengers? The Future Airport becomes an important infrastructural space intricately weaving New York City’s desire to maintain its leadership in global financial markets with the imminent need of improved air infrastructure and the emergence of the logistics hub as an important and growing building typology.

Ali Rahim is an architect and founding Director of Contemporary Architecture Practice and a Professor of Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania where he directs the Advanced Architectural Design program. Ali Rahim holds a Master’s Degree in Architecture from Columbia University, where he won the Honor Award Excellence in Architectural Design and the Kinney Traveling Fellowship. Ali has previously served as the Zaha Hadid Studio Visiting Professor at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna and a Louis Kahn Visiting Architecture Design Professor at Harvard University. Ali Rahim has authored and co-edited books on contemporary design including Catalytic Formations (2011) in Chinese with additional projects and texts, Elegance (2007) with Hina Jamelle, Catalytic Formations: Architecture and Digital Design (2006) in its second edition, Contemporary Techniques in Architecture (2002).

ISBN

978-1-951541-00-2

Binding

softbound

Pages

220pp

Publication date

Spring 2020

Size

10" x 10" Square

World rights