Supercrit 5: Rem Koolhaas, Delirious New York (May 2006)
Supercrits take major experimental projects that have ‘changed the weather’ of architectural thought and practice – and put them back into the design studio ‘crit’ format for open public and expert debate.
"He saw the book as the start of an awareness that 'the cities of the future would not be coherent, but would consist of huge and single architectural complexes ... that could exist anywhere,' .... This critique is now so orthodox its easy to forget that Koolhaas originated it." (Kieran Long, Icon Magazine July 2006)