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[[Image:TowardsAnArchitecture.jpg|200px|thumb|right| '''Towards an Architecture of Opposition''', 2010
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[[Image:TowardsAnArchitecture.jpg|200px|thumb|right| '''Towards an Architecture of Opposition''', 2010]]
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'''Towards an Architecture''' aka '''Towards an Architecture of Opposition''' is an architecture [[zine]] designed and prodiced by Melissa J. Frost. The zine was printed by [[NoNow]] in Greenpoint Brooklyn, Oktober 2010.
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'''Towards an Architecture''' aka '''Towards an Architecture of Opposition''' is an architecture [[zine]] designed and prodiced by Melissa J. Frost. The zine was printed by [[Nonow]] in Greenpoint Brooklyn, Oktober 2010.
It is an exploration of the current attempts at architecture as activism. Or 20 pages of architecture criticism at its most punk rock. The zine was printed in an edition of 30, followed by a second & third edition of 50.
It is an exploration of the current attempts at architecture as activism. Or 20 pages of architecture criticism at its most punk rock. The zine was printed in an edition of 30, followed by a second & third edition of 50.
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A second issue was produced.
A second issue was produced.
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Both issues are part of the [[Archizine]] archive.
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Both issues are part of the [[Archizines]] archive.
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Towards an Architecture of Opposition, 2010
Towards an Architecture of Opposition, 2010

Towards an Architecture aka Towards an Architecture of Opposition is an architecture zine designed and prodiced by Melissa J. Frost. The zine was printed by Nonow in Greenpoint Brooklyn, Oktober 2010.

It is an exploration of the current attempts at architecture as activism. Or 20 pages of architecture criticism at its most punk rock. The zine was printed in an edition of 30, followed by a second & third edition of 50.

A second issue was produced.

Both issues are part of the Archizines archive.

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