Norbert Kling

Norbert Kling is an architect, researcher, and urbanist. He currently teaches architectural and urban design at the Technical University of Munich, where he received a Dr.-Ing. in Architecture. His research interests include conditions of asymmetric urban change and alternative spatial practices, as well as questions of concept formation, method and process in the spatial disciplines. He is partner at the award winning practice zectorarchitects London/Munich.

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Sociology, Urban and Spatial Sociology

Publications in the Series: Urban Studies

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The Redundant City
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The Redundant City

A Multi-Site Enquiry into Urban Narratives of Conflict and Change

How can we conceptualize the ambivalent pattern of change in a housing estate if we consider dynamic processes and conflicts to be at the core of the urban condition? Architectural and urban theory is combined with qualitative social research to engage with this question.

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