1. Performalism: A Manifesto for Architectural Performance 2. The Various Dimensions of the Concept of 'Performance' in Architecture 3. Architecture as Performative Art 4. Performing the Contemporary, Or: Towards an Even Newer Architecture 5. Informationism. Information as Architectural Performance 6. The Collapsing of Technological Performance and the Subject's Performance 7. High Performance Anxiety 8. Performance-Orientated Design from a Material Perspective: Domains of Agency and the Spatial and Material Organisation Complex 9. Performalism or Performance-Based Design? 10. Eisenman Architects 11. GLForm 12. Preston Scott Cohen 13. Archi-Techtonics 14. Contemporary Architecture Practice 15. R&Sie(n) 16. Kol /Mac LLC 17. Gehry Partners , LLP / Gehry Technologies 18. Franken Architekten 19. OCEAN 20. Open Source Architecture 21. Gramazio & Kohler 22. RUR 23. Foster & Partners 24. Project Credits
Yasha J. Grobman is an architect and a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning at the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology. He is principal and co-founder of Axelrod Grobman Architects. He holds a Master of Architecture from the Architectural Association Design Research Laboratory (DRL), and a PhD from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology. His research and practice focuses on digital architecture and performance-oriented architectural design and manufacturing. Eran Neuman is an architect and the head of the Azrieli School of Architecture at Tel Aviv University. He is co-founder of Open Source Architecture, an international architectural research and design office. His research focuses on the history, theory and philosophy of modern architecture, in particular the influence of science and technology on architecture, digital architecture, architectural representations and design methodologies.