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C. Greig Crysler, Stephen Cairns & Hilde Heynen

In: The SAGE Handbook of Architectural Theory

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Introduction – 2: Reading the Handbook
Introduction – 2: Reading the handbook
C. GreigCrysler, StephenCairns and HildeHeynen
The Structure of the Handbook

We have structured the Handbook to stage some of the tensions inherent in thinking architecturally. It is divided into eight thematic sections, each of which is guided or activated by a set of three keywords. We have chosen themes and keywords that rehearse, scrutinize and, we hope, extend major debates of the last decades. We have loosely arranged the terms so that they define a shift in scale as one moves through the collection, beginning with the body and concluding with the transnational territory. The Handbook also attempts to accommodate and mobilize some of the effects that are generated when thinking in close proximity to the ...

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