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Issue 13
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Ownership is Dead

Essay by architect Eleanor Chapman
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Urban interventions by street artist and designer XAM
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Everything is a Remix

Iker Gil interviews Kirby Ferguson, writer, director, editor and author of the Everything is a Remix series
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Cooperative Dream

Iker Gil interviews Jeanne Gang
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Moving Beyond Buyer and Seller

Issue statement by Iker Gil, editor in chief of MAS Context
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Invention and Tradition

Essay by Denise Scott Brown, architect, planner, urban designer: principal of Venturi Scott Brown and Associates, and theorist, writer and educator
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Suburbia Gone Wild

Text and images by photographer Martin Adolfsson
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Where Do Good Ideas Come From?

Essay by Benjamin Brichta, the Network Architecture Lab, an experimental unit at the Columbia University GSAPP directed by Kazys Varnelis
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On the Question of #whOWNSpace

Essay by Quilian Riano on behalf of the #whOWNSpace collaborative project
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Cape Town: The City Without and Within the White Lines

Essay by Killian Doherty, architect and lecturer in Rwanda
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The Party is Over

Essay and photographs by architect Pedro Hernández
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Negotiating Legality

Projects by Santiago Cirugeda, architect and director of Recetas Urbanas
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Bridging the Tracks: Air Rights Development and the Urban Fabric

Essay by William F. Baker and Richard F. Tomlinson II
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Obsessive Consumption

Text and illustrations by Kate Bingaman Burt
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Embracing Idiosyncratic Weirdness

Iker Gil and Andrew Clark interview Moby
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Architectural Narratives

Issue statement by Iker Gil, editor in chief of MAS Context
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Building Repetition Through History: Motivations And Implications

Essay by José García Soriano and Carmen López Albert
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Three Key Organizations: Bilbao Metrópoli 30, BILBAO Ría 2000, and the Bilbao Bizkaia Water Consortium

Text by Iker Gil
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Original Copies: Inside China’s Imitation Binge

Text and photographs by Bianca Bosker