Skateboarding, Space and the City: Architecture and the Body. Front Cover. Iain Borden. Berg Publishers, – Social Science – pages. Iain Borden, Skateboarding, Space and the City: Architecture and the Body, ( Oxford: Berg, ). Revised version to be published in as Skateboarding and. Another Pavement, Another Beach: Skateboarding and the Performative. Critique of Architecture. Derived from Iain Borden, Skateboarding, Space and the City.
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Skateboarding, Space and the City: Architecture and the Body
No trivia or quizzes yet. Covers the development of skateboarding pretty well. They are also more aware of the legal opportunities available. Long Live Southbank,pp.
Instead, in the new city skateboarding is increasingly central to debates about the value of public spaces, while simultaneously adding artistic, cultural, educational and commercial value to our urban lives. Other stealth-skateboarding venues are also popping up, with renegade skater-architects apparently smuggling skateboard-friendly features into their designs.
It looks at skateboarding history from the skateboardinf of California in the s, through the purpose-built skateparks of the s, to the street-skating of the present day and shows how skateboarders experience and understand the city through their sport.
Want to Read saving…. This book is the first detailed study of the urban phenomenon of skateboarding. Ilteris rated it it was amazing Dec 29, Research Context The project sits within a broad concern with the history of architectural and urban experience, i. It is not written by another ‘band wagon jumper oner’.
Jun 04, Nezka rated it liked it Shelves: Truxtal Von rated it really liked it Jan 28, Anyone interested in the history and sociology of sport, urban geography or architecture will find this book riveting. Skateboarding here is part of an answer to complex social conditions in the city.
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It is based on the intersection of ekateboarding main research methods. Open Preview See a Problem? Buoyed by this success, other skaters have been fighting off ill-conceived plans for skateboarding bans everywhere from Norwich to Columbia City, Indiana. Iain Borden, ‘Beneath the Pavement, the Beach: Skateboarding, this marginalised, counter-culture sport, makes a perfect partner for this cutting-edge reinterpretation — and the liveliness of this book is not just in its topic, but also the many pictures and straight-talking quotes taken from actual skaters about how they think about skateboarding.
No eBook available Amazon. Paul rated it really liked it Jun 26, Iain Borden, ‘Skate e a Cidade. Iain Borden, ‘Skateboarding and Henri Lefebvre: Estonian National Museum, iaib, pp. Research by Iain Borden explores how architecture and cities are experienced and re-used by the public. Recent work explores bordeb specific places and buildings in cities worldwide can be encountered through different kinds of social engagement, such as memory and risk-taking.
Rom skatepark in Essex acquired Grade II listing from English Heritage last year, while the Bro Bowl in Tampa Bay, Florida, has gained similar historic preservation status — and is heading for laser-scanning and reconstruction under a sapce redevelopment programme. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. He is on our side. The huge skateboarding subculture that revolves around graphically-designed clothes and boards, music, slang and moves provides a rich resource for exploring issues of gender, race, class, sexuality and the family.