Paper| quantum

Therapeutic Urbanism?

“Hornstrumpet! We shall not have succeeded in demolishing everything unless we demolish the ruins as well. But the only way I can see of doing that is to use them to put up a lot of fine, well-designed buildings.” – Père Ubu (Alfred Jarry)

Lecture

The 70-Year Itch or the Dawn of the Quantum City

(Theorising) History in Architecture and Design Conference (refereed), Oslo, Norway, 25-27 April 2003. “The 70-Year Itch or the Dawn of the Quantum City” Published in CON.TEXT, Elisabeth Tostrup & Christian Hermansen (ed.), Oslo, 2003, p.201.  

Lecture

The 70-Year Itch or the Dawn of the Quantum City

The Planned City? ISUF International Conference (refereed), Trani, Italy, 3-6 July 2003. “The 70-Year Itch or the Dawn of the Quantum City” Published in Proceedings of the International Conference, A. Petruccioli et al (ed.), Trani, 2003, vol.3, p.1006.  

Lecture and Workshop

Quantum Urbanism Workshop 2010

A 2-day Quantum Urbanism workshop by Ayssar Arida, with the art and architecture students of the Art and Common Space course lead by Maaretta Jaukkuri, Anne-Karin Furunes, and Simon Harvey. Kunst og Fellesskapets Rom (Art and Common Space) brings together art and architecture students in an experimental forum aimed at rethinking issues of public space [...]

Competition and Provocation| beirut, Competition, event urbanism, martyrsfestival, memory, metaphor, postwar, and quantum urbanism

Sum over histories or the Garden of Forking Paths

The following project was part of a submitted proposal for an international urban design ideas competition for the development of Beirut’s Martyrs Square, launched in summer 2004 by Solidere, the real-estate company in charge of the reconstruction and development of the Beirut City Centre (BCD).

Lecture

Thinking the City in the Post-Cartesian Paradigm

Thinking the City in the Post-Cartesian Paradigm (public lecture), American University of Beirut, Architecture Department, April 2000.  

Paper

Quantum Environments: Urban Design in the Post-Cartesian Paradigm

Introduction An Antipodal Landscape, the Need for a Synthesis The Cartesian Paradigm A Post-Cartesian Paradigm: the Quantum World View A New Conceptual Language The Society-Space-Time Quantum Continuum and the Role of the User’s Mind Implications for Urban Form A Multi-level Framework Conclusion Introduction Incomparable scientific and technological development has transformed our culture and our lifestyles [...]

Lecture

Memory Between Amnesia & Trauma

The Planned City? ISUF International Conference (refereed), Trani, Italy, 3-6 July 2003. “Memory Between Amnesia & Trauma: an urban proposal for the Marijin Dvor district, Sarajevo, B&H.” (with M. Stanton). Published in Proceedings of the International Conference, A. Petruccioli et al (ed.), Trani, 2003, vol.3, p.956.  

Course and Lecture

Random Access Memory

Random Access Memory (joint course leader), Advanced Architecture Design Studio, American University of Beirut, Architecture Department, Spring 2000.  

Lecture and Talk

Ayssar Arida: Work Presentation and Talk

Ayssar presented his work at the School of Design Strategies of Parsons The New School For Design in New York.

Lecture and Workshop

Quantum Design Workshop 2008

Hyperbody / Non-Standard and Interactive Architecture (PDF) Hyperbody, as a cutting edge ICT driven research and design department, has over the years developed intricate academia and praxis based connections with some of the world’s leading professionals, institutes as well as industrial practices. Some of our prominent connections include Marcos Novak (University of California, Santa Barbara,USA), [...]

Provocation

“Architecture in the New Paradigm”: a Response to Charles Jencks’ “The New Paradigm in Architecture”

The problem with Charles Jencks is that he is too old to recognize the new paradigm as anything more than a new opportunity to recount the buildings of his personal favourite architects. The paradigm shift he is looking for in the grammar of a handful of landmark buildings will forever elude him: the new paradigm [...]

Lecture

Beyond the Quantum Worldview

Norwegian University of Science of Technology (NTNU), School of Art and Architecture. Art and Common Space invited lecturer, Trondheim, 13 Oct 2006. “Beyond the Quantum Worldview”.  

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Ayssar Arida’s Saudisanti vs Magnasanti (Vincent Ocasla) on MoMA’s Design and Violence blog

The Museum of Modern Art’s Paola Antonelli and Parson’s Jamer Hunt have invited experts from fields as diverse as science, philosophy, literature, music, film, journalism, and politics to respond to selected design objects and spark a conversation with all readers around the connection between Design and Violence. Come see the insanity of Sim City 3000/Magnasanti [...]

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Ayssar Arida: Architects Are Obsolete: Rise of the Urbatects at TEDxLAUSalon – YouTube

Ayssar Arida on the Rise of the Urbatects at TEDxLAUSalon – YouTube.  

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Do Not Miss: Beirut Design Week 2013 + BDW Conference

  Exciting news: the 2nd edition of Beirut Design Week will kick off this 24th of June, and will run a varied programme throughout the city until the 30th. Not to miss is the launch party, and the BDW Conference on the 29th in LAU Beirut. Ayssar Arida will be joining Conrad-Bercah and Imad Gemayel [...]

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[Save the Date] Ayssar Arida at TU-Berlin / 11 June 2013

If you’re in Berlin Tuesday 11.06, join us for a 5pm talk at the Technical University of Berlin Chair for Urban Design and Architecture.   Dienstag 11. Juni, 17:00 Uhr Ayssar Arida, Quantum City   Ayssar Arida is a practicing urbatect, writer, educator and entrepreneur. As an “urban design thinker”, his work ranges from digital [...]

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[Save the Date] Ayssar Arida at Polypod Creative Series / 22 May 2013

[Save the Date] Ayssar Arida at Polypod Creative Series: 22 May 2013 at The Polypod Creative Series invites local and global luminaries to bring people together to discuss ideas and the creative process. The events take place within our informal studio space, which encourages more personal interaction with the speakers. So far the series have [...]

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The case for #innovation-led growth: NESTA’s Plan I http://t.co/dALedXWq

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A 40-Minute Crash Course video In Design Thinking http://t.co/4okfDCWE #quantumcity

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The Next Generation of DIY Urbanism Projects: So Much Cooler Than Parklets #quantumcity http://t.co/F2NWaMXP

http://t.co/F2NWaMXP via ayssar

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Beyond our Kuhnian inheritance #quantumcity http://t.co/EoTMFDGj

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What happens when u cross #einsteinsdreams, #citesobscures and #quantumcity? A city on tracks! http://t.co/hYz4ykOd

@ayssar found: http://t.co/hYz4ykOd>http://twitter.com/ayssar/status/238395366247104512>

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