In her essay for Open Manifesto, AKKA’s founder Stephanie Akkaoui Hughes critiques the practice of architecture and offers an alternative and truly collaborative new approach. Based on her vision of Architecting Interaction, Hughes discusses the urgency for shifting from fragmented thinking to comprehensive thinking and how comprehensive thinking contributes to the creation of a common goal in the global interest.
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Open Manifesto is an independent, self-funded and self published journal of critical writing on graphic design culture. It is the first, and currently the only, journal of its kind based in Australia and was founded in 2003 by award-winning graphic designer, Kevin Finn. Visit Open Manifesto here.