The title is open to interpretation but it's clear that the subject of the future of architecture is intoxicating. The field is full of tensions--between regionalism and globalism, virtuality and reality, functionality and aestheticism. Architecture Rausch opens discussion on architectural training in this volatile time, and who better to articulate those challenges (as well as to challenge the limits of the profession) than the students who will face them in the twenty-first century? The book presents works by students from a studio at Technische Universität Berlin (TU Berlin), Germany's largest science and engineering school. Among the editors are faculty members whose cutting-edge work includes the Gallery for Contemporary Art Leipzig and projects with Daniel Libeskind. Students, teachers and others with questions about the future of architecture will find heady fare here.