Candide: Journal for Architectural Knowledge No.2
This is an international, scholarly forum for all architects, planners, engineers, anthropologists, and geographers founded in 2009.Candide publishes research on architecture twice a year in German and English, responding to the growing demand for a medium that can foster and engage the culture of knowledge specific to architecture. Each issue contains five sections Essay, Analysis, Project, Encounters and Fiction challenging authors to approach architecture in multiple ways, observing, critiquing, speculating, narrating. Articles are selected through a double blind peer review. Issue Number 2 features following articles: Essay: Jonathan Phillips, Interindividual Explanations of Innovation in Architecture Project: Angelika Schnell, The Socialist Perspective of the XV Triennale di Milano. Aldo Rossi and Hans Schmidt Analysis: Anke Naujokat, Leon Battista Alberti’s Technique of Architectural Collage Encounters: Roberto Zancan and Matteo d’Ambros, In Conversation with Bernardo Secchi Fiction: Joanna Zawieja, Houses.