Spatial Infrastructure is a book about the “architecturalness” of architecture—as simple as it sounds and as complex as it gets

Spatial Infrastructure | José Aragüez | Actar | €35

Featuring a subtle tribute to Fumihiko Maki’s “group form” on the hardcover, Spatial Infrastructure is an eight-essay volume addressing some of the timeless questions shaping the grounds of architecture. Published by Actar, the book reads as a window into an extended intellectual effort by its author—practicing architect, educator, and researcher José Aragüez—who has spent the past 15 years undertaking the difficult task of constructing an architectural theory. This intellectual process, including passages of doubts, digressions, and moments of enlightenment, responds to a two-fold objective. There is, on the one hand, the aim to claim the specificity—though importantly, not

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