Paul Virilio presents his neo-apocalyptic vision of the Overexposed City, an entity that does not reside in urban fabric but in the proximity of telecommunications, in a medium that collapses the understanding of space to units of time.
Foucault concisely explains the history of space, architecture, and power, and brilliantly deals with architecture's misguided anxieties about society and the power of architects.
Tschumi provides a history of architectural theory and space, setting up the inseparable and necessary paradox of conceptual v. experiential architecture.
Henry Lefebvre, from The Production of Space, 1974.
A fierce critique of post-modern architecture and architecture theory from a socially inspired historical analysis of space as an architectural and capitalistic product.