Albena Yaneva, Architecture after Covid, Bloomsbury


  • Luciana Mastrolia Politecnico di Torino
  • Francesca Moro Politecnico di Torino



Architecture as spatial representation and professional practice change according to the contingencies at hand. What has happened to the making of architecture in the aftermath of the pandemic? Albena Yaneva, in this book, follows the traces of this transformation firstly by recognizing the relevance of non-humans to the construction of society, secondly by unfolding the effects of this relevance to spatial configurations, routines and – more specifically – architectural practices. The considerations offered by the author were developed through an ethnographic method and specifically addressed the first two years of the global pandemic, from 2020 to 2021.

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