L.A. Under the Influence: The Hidden Logic of Urban Property
By: Roger Sherman (author), Robert Somol (foreword_author)Paperback
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Through a series of case studies in Los Angeles, Sherman applies game theory to scrutinize the behavior of intersecting private and public interests, revealing an alternative logic of architectural composition. Making extensive use of diagrams, photographs, and a range of negotiation models employed within game theory, including pecking order, negotiated access, multilateral exchange, and tit for tat, he identifies the characteristic features and behaviors of this
new spatial logic.
Roger Sherman is director of Roger Sherman Architecture and Urban Design and adjunct associate professor of architecture and urban design at UCLA, where he also is codirector of cityLAB, a think tank studying contemporary urbanism and its implications for architecture.
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