futurecitylab:

BOOK REVIEW (by DOMUS):
Urban Future ManifestosKimberli Meyer, Zvi Hecker; Peter Noever, Ai Weiwei (eds). Hatje Cantz, 2011 (168 pp., US $40).
“Predictions and propositions for the future are always hindered by the blind spots of the present. Nevertheless, the consciousness of everyday life holds vast potential intelligence. To focus, observe, analyze, postulate, and act critically upon the surrounding world is to wield significant agency.” –Kimberli Meyer 
http://www.domusweb.it/en/book-review/urban-future-manifestos/

futurecitylab:

BOOK REVIEW (by DOMUS):

Urban Future Manifestos
Kimberli Meyer, Zvi Hecker; Peter Noever, Ai Weiwei (eds). Hatje Cantz, 2011 (168 pp., US $40).

“Predictions and propositions for the future are always hindered by the blind spots of the present. Nevertheless, the consciousness of everyday life holds vast potential intelligence. To focus, observe, analyze, postulate, and act critically upon the surrounding world is to wield significant agency.” 
–Kimberli Meyer 

http://www.domusweb.it/en/book-review/urban-future-manifestos/

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