Vertical Urban Factory by Nina RappaportVertical Urban Factory by Nina Rappaport

Vertical Urban Factory

byNina Rappaport

Paper over Board | July 15, 2016

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Vertical Urban Factory focuses on the spaces of production in cities that both comprise factories that are significant in their design and contribute to a vital urban environment. This book reexamines the historic modernist and contemporary factories through the lens of an urbanist while provoking the future of urban manufacturing. It shows that now factories are cleaner and greener they can be reintegrated in city life creating a new paradigm for sustainable urban industry that is also more self-sufficient. Illustrated with historic and contemporary photographs, manufacturing process diagrams, and infographics by MGMT Design.
Nina Rappaport is an architectural critic, curator, historian, and educator. For over sixteen years she has been publications director at Yale School of Architecture, for which she edits the bi-annual magazine Constructs, exhibition catalogs, and the books series.She directs Vertical Urban Factory, which includes a traveling exhibition...
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Title:Vertical Urban FactoryFormat:Paper over BoardDimensions:460 pages, 10 × 7.5 × 0.98 inPublished:July 15, 2016Publisher:ActarLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1940291631

ISBN - 13:9781940291635

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"Rappaport is a connoisseur of the beauty and utilitarian design of urban factories. However, she does not simply advocate for the preservation and repurposing of urban factories, particularly "vertical" multi-storied factories. She advocates for the role of industry in dense urban environments going forward into the future. The book is organized in three sections: "The Modern Factory," "The Contemporary Factory," and "The Future Factory."" --Carol Berens, UrbDeZine