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Design as Scholarship
Social Infrastructures and Building for Play
Julia Jamrozik
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Architecture is a synthetic form of cultural production, one which weaves together social, aesthetic and functional agendas and has impacts at the scale of the individual and at the scale of the city. Through an opportunistic approach open to constraints and nimble to forms of expression, tailored interventions and a socially focused agenda, designers can have and can create social and cultural agency. This position is demonstrated here through a series of ‘social infrastructures’ which spur playful interaction as a form of city-building.

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