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Next Call for Submissions: Transnational Urbanism for MONU nr.22

Next Call for Submissions: Transnational Urbanism for MONU nr.22
November 2014

Around six years ago, our issue #8 entitled "Border Urbanism" focused on urban phenomena that appear in cities that are located close to nation-state borders.
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MONU Magazine nr.21: Interior Urbanism

MONU Magazine nr.21: Interior Urbanism
October 2014, The Netherlands

3D Nolli – Interview with Winy Maas by Beatriz Ramo and Bernd Upmeyer
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MONU 21: Interior Urbanism has been Released

MONU 21: Interior Urbanism has been Released
October 20, 2014

While our world is progressively becoming more urban everywhere, a process is on its way that seems to penetrate increasingly every part of our life and does not appear to stop at the thresholds of our buildings, but influences interior spaces, in particular public interior spaces, as much as everything else.
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New Call for Submissions MONU nr.21 Interior Urbanism

New Call for Submissions MONU nr.21 Interior Urbanism
April 2014

When a few years ago we at MONU made the huge mistake of travelling in August to Tokyo, the warmest month of the year in this part of the humid subtropical climate-zone, we were constantly forced to find shelter in the public air-conditioned interiors of the city.
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MONU 20: Geographical Urbanism has been Released

MONU 20: Geographical Urbanism has been Released
April 2014

Contrary to the simplified linear causality of the environmentalism of the past, which posited that natural geography shapes urban patterns, it is now thought that contemporary urbanization shapes the surface of the earth.
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New Call for Submissions MONU 20 Geographical Urbanism

New Call for Submissions MONU 20 Geographical Urbanism
November 2013

Could geography, by which we mean the physical geography and in particular the natural geographical features such as landforms, terrain types, or bodies of water that are largely defined by their surface form and location in the landscape, be the last hope of the planet’s ever expanding, continuously transforming, and increasingly identical and indefinable urban territories to remain distinguishable and to gain a particular identity in the future?
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MONU magazine nr.19: Greater Urbanism

MONU magazine nr.19: Greater Urbanism
October 2013, Netherlands

Unlimited Greatness – Interview with Antoine Grumbach by Beatriz Ramo and Bernd Upmeyer
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MONU 19: Greater Urbanism is Released

MONU 19: Greater Urbanism is Released
October 2013

It appears that cities of today, and especially big cities, all around the world, are all struggling with similar problems, as they all have developed huge territories - their metropolitan or "greater" areas - during the twentieth century that cannot be properly understood by anyone in terms of their form, but that now need to be recognized as something that truly exists, because it is a form that is in perpetual transformation and without limits.
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MONU nr.18 Communal Urbanism has been Released

MONU nr.18 Communal Urbanism has been Released
April 23, 2013

How should we live together? is the central question of this 18th issue of MONU on the topic of "Communal Urbanism", focusing on contemporary communal living in cities.
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New Call for Submissions MONU nr.18 Communal Urbanism

New Call for Submissions MONU nr.18 Communal Urbanism
November 1, 2012

From MONU website, by Bernd Upmeyer, Editor-in-Chief, November 2012: One of the most fascinating things we at MONU recently experienced during a trip to Brasilia had nothing to do with its famous Oscar Niemeyer monuments or the city itself, but with the context surrounding the city.
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MONU nr.17 Next-Urbanism has been Released

MONU nr.17 Next-Urbanism has been Released
October 16, 2012

This new issue of MONU is dedicated entirely to the topic of "Next Urbanism" - meaning the urbanism of the cities of the so-called "Next Eleven" or "N-11", which include eleven countries: Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, the Philippines, Turkey, South Korea, and Vietnam.
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MONU magazine on Urbanism nr.16 Non Urbanism

MONU magazine on Urbanism nr.16 Non Urbanism
April 2012, the Netherlands

The New Rural  Global Agriculture, Desakotas and Freak Farms– Interview with Kees Christiaanse
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MONU nr16 NON-Urbanism has been Released

MONU nr16 NON-Urbanism has been Released
April, 2012

Back in November 2011 the the call for submissions for MONU  #16 was published. This issue has now been released and consists of a fantastic selection of relevant contributions from diverse authors: Kees Christiaanse, Edward Soja, Mike Crang, Stephen Graham and many others (see list below).
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MONU Magazine on Urbanism 15 – Post-Ideological Urbanism

MONU Magazine on Urbanism 15 – Post-Ideological Urbanism
 November 2011, the Netherlands

This issue of MONU features Acrobatic Narratives; Institutionalized Activism, Poetic Demagogy, and Creative Propaganda, the interview that Bernd Upmeyer and Beatriz Ramo with Wouter Vanstiphout, and our critique O’Mighty Green.
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MONU 15 Editing Urbanism Released

MONU 15 Editing Urbanism Released
November 21, 2011

This new MONU issue on the topic of Post-Ideological Urbanism probably touches on one of the most fascinating and biggest issues of our time and in our culture, or what is left of it: the non-ideological - or better post-ideological - conditions of our society when it comes to cities.
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MONU at Archizines Exhibition at AA in London

MONU at Archizines Exhibition at AA in London
November 5, 2011

The ARCHIZINES exhibition opened successfully on 5 November in the Front Members' Room at the AA School, 36 Bedford Square, London. The exhibition features MONU's issue #14
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New Call for Submissions MONU 16 Non-Urbanism

New Call for Submissions MONU 16 Non-Urbanism
November 1, 2011

Image: Jeffrey returns to his home town from College to visit his father in hospital. On his way back from the hospital he happens to find a severed ear in the overgrown fields behind his home. Blue Velvet (1986), David Lynch. ©De Laurentiis Entertainment Group
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Reprint of MONU 7 Featuring “The Re-Creation of the European City”

Reprint of MONU 7 Featuring “The Re-Creation of the European City”
July 7, 2011

MONU 7 was sold out for 3 years and now a small edition of it has been reprinted by BOARD publishers.
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MONU 14 Reviews

MONU 14 Reviews
June 7, 2011

Several writers and critics have written a review of the current issue of MONU magazine: Editing Urbanism.
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Call for Submissions MONU 15 Post-Ideological Urbanism

Call for Submissions MONU 15 Post-Ideological Urbanism
May 02, 2011

(from MONU website)
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MONU magazine on urbanism 14 – Editing Urbanism

MONU magazine on urbanism 14 – Editing Urbanism
April 2011, the Netherlands

Extreme Demolition- Extreme Preservation - Interview with Ippolito Pestellini (OMA)
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MONU 14 Editing Urbanism – Released

MONU 14 Editing Urbanism – Released
April 18, 2011

Contents:
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Successful MONU Most Valuable Urbanism Debate

Successful MONU Most Valuable Urbanism Debate
February 14, 2011

MONU's Most Valuable Urbanism Debate was a great success. The main statements of the presentations and the debate between Piet Vollaard, Floris Alkemade, Jaap van den Bout, Adriaan Geuze, and MONU's editor in chief Bernd Upmeyer will be published on this website soon.
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MONU Most Valuable Urbanism Debate

MONU Most Valuable Urbanism Debate
January 3, 2011

MONU - magazine on urbanism is organizing a public debate on the topic of its last issue: MONU #13 - Most Valuable Urbanism, on Thursday, February 10, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. in "De Machinist" in Rotterdam.
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Call for Submissions MONU 14 Editing Urbanism

Call for Submissions MONU 14 Editing Urbanism
November 1, 2010

(from MONU website)
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MONU 13 Most Valuable Urbanism – Released

MONU 13 Most Valuable Urbanism – Released
October 5, 2010

Contents:
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MONU 12 Real Urbanism – Released

MONU 12 Real Urbanism – Released
March 12, 2010

Contents:
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MONU magazine on urbanism 12 – Real Urbanism

MONU magazine on urbanism 12 – Real Urbanism
February 2010, the Netherlands

Real BIG – Interview with Bjarke Ingels
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MONU 11 Clean Urbanism – Released

MONU 11 Clean Urbanism – Released
August 25, 2009

Contents:
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MONU 10 Holy Urbanism – Released

MONU 10 Holy Urbanism – Released
February 2, 2009

Contents:
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MONU 9 Exotic Urbanism – Released

MONU 9 Exotic Urbanism – Released
August 26, 2008

Content:
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MONU magazine on urbanism 9 – Exotic Urbanism

MONU magazine on urbanism 9 – Exotic Urbanism
August 2008, the Netherlands

Pseudo-Democracies and Pseudo-Commissions –Interview with Reinier de Graaf (OMA/AMO)
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MONU magazine on urbanism 8 – Border Urbanism

MONU magazine on urbanism 8 – Border Urbanism
March 2008, the Netherlands
 
Potential Nation States  
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MONU 8 Border Urbanism – Released

MONU 8 Border Urbanism – Released
March 14, 2008

Contents:
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MONU magazine on urbanism 7 – Second Rate Urbanism

MONU magazine on urbanism 7 – Second Rate Urbanism
October 2007, the Netherlands

Dumped in Almere. Interview with Floris Alkemade by MONU editor Bernd Upmeyer and Beatriz Ramo
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MONU magazine on urbanism 5 – Brutal Urbanism

MONU magazine on urbanism 5 – Brutal Urbanism
July 2006, the Netherlands

Terrorists Love Density
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MONU magazine on urbanism 4 – Denied Urbanism

MONU magazine on urbanism 4 – Denied Urbanism
January 2006, the Netherlands

E70, 7denied countries
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