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Architecture as Public Work
Dana Cuff
Los Angeles. Professor of architecture andurban design at the University of California. Foundingdirector of CityLAB
New New Deal
Lateral Office
Toronto. Founded in 2003 by Mason White and Lola Sheppard Lateral Office. Pamphlet Architecture #30, Coupling: Strategies for Infrastructural Opportunism
Conduit Urbanism
Geoffrey Thun and Kathy Velikov
Toronto. RVTR. Associate professor / assistant professor of architecture at the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the Universityof Michigan
Landscape Infrastructures
Stan Allen
New York. Principal of Stan Allen Architect and dean of the School of Architecture at Princeton University
Visualizing Infrastructure
Georgeen Theodore
NewJersey. Architect, urbandesigner and assistant professor at NewJersey Institute of Technology Collegeof Architecture and Design
Do Architects Dream of Green Islands?
Stefano Casciani
Milan. Writer, artist, designer and deputy editor of Domus
The objectification of infrastructure
Alexander d'Hooghe
Boston. Associate professorin architectural urbanism at MIT. Founder of the Office for Permanent Modernity
Cultured Infrastructures
Bureau E.A.S.T.
Toronto, LA, Fez Bureau E.A.S.T
Of All Things… Reassemblies Staged in Place of the Global Theater
Cary Siress
Edinburgh. Architect and director of the PhD design program at Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. Founding editor of “Architecture &” 
Abhorrent Infrastructure
Jonathan D. Solomon
Hong Kong. Acting Head of the department of architecture and assistant professor at the University of Hong Kong. Pamphlet Architecture #26, 13 Projects for the Sheridan Expressway Jonathan D. Solomon

Disposition and Active Form
Keller Easterling
New York. Architect, writer and associateprofessor at Yale University. Organization Space (1999), Enduring Innocence (2006)
Lets Infratecture!
Jesse LeCavalier
Michigan. Pursuing a doctoral degree on retail logistics and urbanism at the Swiss Institute of Technology
Infrastructure as World-building
Stephen Read and Patrizia Sulis
Delft. Associate professor of spatial planing TU Delft. Editor of Future City (2005) / Patricia Sulis completed her masters thesis on the phenomenology of metro systems
Urban Think Tank
Caracas, NY, Sao Paulo. The Informal Toolbox: Slum Lab Paraisopolis, Columbia University, 2008. U-TT
Postcards from the Edgelands
Simon Sellars
Melbourne. Writer and research fellow at the Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory, RMIT. PHD Monash University Simon Sellars
Growing water
Chicago. UrbanLab is a research-based architectureand urban design practice co-founded by Sarah Dunn and Martin Felsen. UrbanLab
Structuring Emerging Urbanism
Kelly Shanon 
Leuven. Professor of landscapeurbanism at KU Leuven, Belgium
The Lost Highway
Mark Campbell & Deane Simpson
A practicing architect and critic / Architect and teacher at the Architectural Association in London and the Royal Danish Academy School of Architecture in Copenhagen.
Regional fields: IP2100
Katrina Stoll and Scott Lloyd
Zurich. Teaching fellow at North Carolina State University College of Design / Principal of deliver, Zurich. IP2100 was developed for the 2010 Venice Biennial with Room 11
Paris should be intensified!
Rotterdam. Set up in 1993 by Winy Maas, Jacobvan Rijs and Nathalie de Vries. MVRDV
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Infrastructure has played a key role in dramatically reformatting the built fabric and spatial reserves within the past one hundred years, and will continue to do so in the future. The involvement of architects is necessary to shape the development of infrastructural design.

Infrastructure as Architecture contains a selection of influential architects and writers who have critically evaluated the coupling of these fields through essays and projects. The book is structured by five organizing themes that frame the diverse approaches to the subject, namely: Infrastructure Economy, Infrastructure Ecology, Infrastructure Culture, Infrastructure Politics, and Infrastructure Space/Networks.