This book foregrounds spatial issues and the potential of heterogeneous space through a threefold strategy:
1) Its compilation of seminal essays on the discourse of heterogeneous space. These are to include previously published key texts by Reyner Banham, Andrew Benjamin, Robin Evans, Jeff Kipnis and Henri Lefebvre, as well as new texts by important contemporary commentators, such as Mark Cousins, Werner Durth and Anthony Vidler.
2) By commenting on these seminal texts and drawing links between them.
3) By distilling from the first two efforts a contemporary outlook on a discourse of heterogeneous space that is of future significance.