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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CABE,pp. Countries all over the world are spacf this, hence the global boom in skatepark construction and other skate-related community initiatives. Tokyo ,’ Izumi Kuroishi ed. Dismissive of authority and convention, skateboarders suggest that the city is not just a place for working and shopping but a true pleasure-ground, a place where the human body, emotions and energy can be expressed to the full.
Routledge,pp. 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, sateboarding and the family. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Pick it up and you’ll learn something interesting about the skateboardnig you skate in; you might even learn something about skating itself.
Buoyed by this success, other skaters have been fighting off ill-conceived plans for skateboarding bans everywhere from Norwich to Columbia City, Indiana.
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Anyone interested in the history and sociology of sport, urban geography or architecture will find this book riveting. A full translation in Japanese was published by Shinyosha press in The US Skate Pass system provides equipment and training to school teachers, adding skateboarding to the sports children can pursue now and into later life.
Rom skatepark in Essex acquired Grade II listing from English Heritage last year, while the Bro Bowl in Tampa Bay, Cjty, has gained similar historic preservation status — and is heading for laser-scanning and reconstruction under a park redevelopment programme.
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A history of skateboarding, a critical architecture of cities, and tale of reclaimed and remade space. Apart from the obvious benefits of young skaters doing something that is relatively healthy, affordable and accessible, skateboarding is increasingly being recognised as encouraging a whole series of qualities from creativity and entrepreneurship to resilience, confidence and independence.
It is based on the intersection of two main research methods. Architecture and the Body Iain Borden Snippet view – David Shanks rated it liked it May 31, It looks at skateboarding history from the surf-beaches of California in the s, Skateboarders are an increasingly common feature of the urban environment – recent estimates total 40 million world-wide.
Noreen O’Connor rated it it was amazing Jan 11, Books by Iain Borden. Research Context The project sits within a broad concern with the history of architectural and urban experience, i.
Architecture and the Body. Designed by architect Anthony Bracali with local skateboarders, the main idea is for a welcoming public environment which just happens to be great to skate in. Open Preview See a Problem? Iain Borden, ‘Pipe Dreams: A highly original and s,ateboarding well written text that discusses the historical and cultural meaning of skateboarding through an engagin reading of the work of Lefebvre and others.
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Interactive Institute Play Studio,pp. He is on our side. In addition, a further area for skateboarding, BMX and graffiti is being explored at the Southbank Centre, on a prime 1,m2 site under the Hungerford Bridge.
On top of this has come the realisation that skateboarding can be actually a good thing. Domen rated it it was amazing Aug 19, Ted rated it liked it Oct 11, Skateboarders are an increasingly common feature of the urban environment – recent estimates total 40 million world-wide. Published Skateboardiing 1st by Bloomsbury Academic first published April 1st Ilteris rated it it was amazing Dec 29,