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HARVARD DESIGN MAGAZINE no.44 -1093442144

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by Jennifer Sigler(Editor in Chief)
Paperback: 207 pages
Publisher: Harvard University Graduate School of Design (2017)
Language: English
ISSN: 1093-4421

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Seventeen No.44 – F/W 2017

It’s 2017. The millennium is in its teenage years—and it shows.

The world is acting out—making rash, impulsive decisions whose repercussions may be irreparable. The body politic is moody, volatile, and uncompromising. We were born into Y2K and 9/11; our youth is part of a string of crises and rapid evolutions. Can the physical landscape weather our collective turmoil? Adolescence may be “just a phase,” but architecture, infrastructure, and policy are hard to undo.

What does it mean to be 17 in 2017? This issue of Harvard Design Magazine checks in with teens of all sorts—humans, buildings, objects, ideas—and their impact on the spatial imagination. Like a bildungsroman for the built environment, “Seventeen” dives into the treacherous, exhilarating limbo of the teen years to understand and reclaim this global adolescence.

Though stereotyped as indignant or apathetic, teenagers are also wildly optimistic, passionate, creative, and resourceful. But teenagehood is not just a physical and emotional transition; it is also a spatial one. Bursting out of their childhood homes, teens crave autonomy—so they roam 
the streets, escape to virtual worlds, or hide out in bedrooms; they claim vacant lots, parks, and garages as turf; and they cruise, chill, or hang—euphemisms for
the “whatever” that may or may not occur in these marginal spaces. For a discipline that defines space according to program and purpose, the nebulous teen hangout 
is easily overlooked; but openness, placelessness, and aimlessness offer a realm for fantasy, common ground, and action—especially in times of challenged freedoms.

Like all teenagers, we are asking: who are we, where do we fit in, and how can we, too, make our marks—as impactful designers and as an evolving discipline? In a divided, temperamental 2017, there is much to learn from the teenager.

 

Content

002 Rights and Rites – Jennifer Sigler

006 Locker Room – Jennifer Doyle

008 “Young Girls” and Their Real Worlds – feminist architecture collaborative

016 Continuous Exit – AbdouMaliq Simone

018 Designing Decency – Mohsen Mostafavi

020 Athens: Arrested Development – Alfredo Brillembourg, Hubert Klumpner &

027 Park Powers – HECTOR

028 The Fountain Today – Tom de Paor

030 Codes of Conduct: Mall Rats and Bunnies and the Shopping Agenda – Susan Nigra Snyder

032 Question Guys – David Huber

041 Chill Not – Robin James

042 Don’t Label Me – Ellie Uyttenbroek, Ari Versluis & Lou Stoppard

052 Playing Beirut – Public Works Studio

054 In Memory of the Millennium: British Architecture and Planning, 17 Years On – Owen Hatherley

062 Bubbles, Fabric, and the Common People – Eva Diaz

067 Finding Self-Consciousness – Sarah Williams Goldhagen

071 Drawing Lessons at a Juvenile Prison – Victoria Lomasko

079 Sixteen plus One – Gareth Doherty & Moises Lino e Silva

080 Performative Rebellions – Bryony Roberts

087 Tehran’s Young Preservationists – Pamela Karimi

088 Wired Scenes Inside the Goldmine – Sam Jacob

094 The Not-Me Creation – Jorge Otero-Pailos & Danielle Choi

101 Smoke and Mirrors – Elias Redstone

102 Displaced Persons – Susan Rubin Suleiman

108 Reframing Education and the Architecture of Added Value – Emma Dyer & Adam Wood

117 Pages from a Teenage Journal – Lydia Davis

118 Life Begins at the Apocalypse Monster Club – Enrique Ramirez

120 Structural Injustice: A (Teenage) Primer – Beryl Satter

127 Shooting the Enemy – Harry Allen

128 Generations – Sana Krasikov

130 The Kids Aren’t Alright – Phineas Harper

138 The Egg Cream in Mid-Manhattan – Thomas Beller

144 Chatting with the Natives – Michelle McSweeney

146 Forever a Youth Culture? Skateboarding, Design, and the Built Environment – Ocean Howell

153 Seventeen Years a Refugee – Anooradha Iyer Siddiqi

154 Pockets of Active Boredom – Tali Hatuka

156 Smells Like Teen Spirit – Ethel Baraona Pohl

164 Millennials Think Pink – Carolyn L. Kane

168 Creating a Different World – Alex Israel & Hamza Walker

176 An Appeal to Protest – Charles L. Davis II

183 Linger, Stay, Saunter, Delay – Interboro Partners

190 Fluids and Fluidity – Lori Brown

196 Living Pasts and Feedback Loops in Cape Town – Sean O’Toole

205 Let Me Teach Ya – Erec Gellautz

206 Born Goth – Olivia Erlanger & Luis Ortega Govela

208 Fieldwork – Jimenez Lai