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Decoding Asian Urbanism

Decoding Asian Urbanism Edited by Farooq Ameen Essays by Frances Anderton, Kenneth Frampton, Jonathan Louie, Sam Lubell, Qingyun Ma, Rahul Mehrotra, Danielle Rago, and Dr. Ken Yeang. Decoding Asian Urbanism explores those urban interventions that are crucial in shaping the

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Decoding Asian Urbanism

Decoding Asian Urbanism Edited by Farooq Ameen Essays by Frances Anderton, Kenneth Frampton, Jonathan Louie, Sam Lubell, Qingyun Ma, Rahul Mehrotra, Danielle Rago, and Dr. Ken Yeang. Decoding Asian Urbanism explores those urban interventions that are crucial in shaping the

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Architect Magazine

‘Q&A with Academy Museum Director Kerry Brougher’ Amid mixed reactions and some controversy, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences recently unveiled plans for a new museum, designed by Renzo Piano, Hon. FAIA, of Genoa, Italy–based Renzo Piano Building Workshop and Zoltan Pali,

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Architect Magazine

‘Q&A with Academy Museum Director Kerry Brougher’ Amid mixed reactions and some controversy, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences recently unveiled plans for a new museum, designed by Renzo Piano, Hon. FAIA, of Genoa, Italy–based Renzo Piano Building Workshop and Zoltan Pali,

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Architectural Association

AA Conversations, ‘Innovative Housing: Los Angeles Visiting School’ Los Angeles is a city developed around and defined by houses rather than large architectural monuments. The singular residential unit is an elastic object, having long nurtured experimental pursuits and critical inquiry.

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Architectural Association

AA Conversations, ‘Innovative Housing: Los Angeles Visiting School’ Los Angeles is a city developed around and defined by houses rather than large architectural monuments. The singular residential unit is an elastic object, having long nurtured experimental pursuits and critical inquiry.

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Storefront for Art and Architecture

‘Letters to the Mayor’ Invited to participate in the ‘Letters to the Mayor’ exhibit at Storefront for Art and Architecture in New York on April 29 through May 24, 2014 that presents fifty letters written by international architects to the political

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Storefront for Art and Architecture

‘Letters to the Mayor’ Invited to participate in the ‘Letters to the Mayor’ exhibit at Storefront for Art and Architecture in New York on April 29 through May 24, 2014 that presents fifty letters written by international architects to the political

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Paris College of Art

72 Assignments: The Foundation Course in Art and Design Today Edited by Chloe Briggs Essays by Deborah Adams Doering, Edwin Aitken, Yong Andersson, Michael Arrigo, Anne Attali, Andrea Bandoni, Holly Barton, Catherine Behrent, Chloe Briggs, Kate Briggs, Brogan Bunt, Dr

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Paris College of Art

72 Assignments: The Foundation Course in Art and Design Today Edited by Chloe Briggs Essays by Deborah Adams Doering, Edwin Aitken, Yong Andersson, Michael Arrigo, Anne Attali, Andrea Bandoni, Holly Barton, Catherine Behrent, Chloe Briggs, Kate Briggs, Brogan Bunt, Dr

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Domus

‘Mediating between publics’ Transforming a vacant 750 square-metres warehouse space in the Salford district of Manchester, England, Maurice Carlin’s latest project Performance Publishing is a site-specific piece that mediates between analog and digital modalities of production and exhibition. An extension of the artist’s previous

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Domus

‘Mediating between publics’ Transforming a vacant 750 square-metres warehouse space in the Salford district of Manchester, England, Maurice Carlin’s latest project Performance Publishing is a site-specific piece that mediates between analog and digital modalities of production and exhibition. An extension of the artist’s previous

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Domus

‘Anthony Viscardi: Tracing Time to Measure Space’ Liberating architecture from the practical constraints of building, American artist Anthony Viscardi examines the space between art and architecture through explorations of solid/void, presence/absence, static/dynamic, and material/ephemeral continuums. Trained as an architect, Viscardi uses

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Domus

‘Anthony Viscardi: Tracing Time to Measure Space’ Liberating architecture from the practical constraints of building, American artist Anthony Viscardi examines the space between art and architecture through explorations of solid/void, presence/absence, static/dynamic, and material/ephemeral continuums. Trained as an architect, Viscardi uses

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Domus

‘Never Built Los Angeles’ The wave of nostalgia that has recently infiltrated Los Angeles with The Getty’s Pacific Standard Time programming continues in a new exhibit at the A+D Museum titled “Never Built: Los Angeles”. As its name suggests, the exhibition

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Domus

‘Never Built Los Angeles’ The wave of nostalgia that has recently infiltrated Los Angeles with The Getty’s Pacific Standard Time programming continues in a new exhibit at the A+D Museum titled “Never Built: Los Angeles”. As its name suggests, the exhibition

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WIRED

‘This all-in-one bicycle is designed to replace cars in the city’ Architects spend their time worrying how a building suits a city. So when Belgian-Danish architect Julien De Smedt, 37, designed a bike, along with William Ravn, he was less

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WIRED

‘This all-in-one bicycle is designed to replace cars in the city’ Architects spend their time worrying how a building suits a city. So when Belgian-Danish architect Julien De Smedt, 37, designed a bike, along with William Ravn, he was less

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Domus

‘Gwangju Folly Project 2013′ Follies in architecture are traditionally buildings constructed primarily for decorative purposes. Spectacular conversation pieces they might be, these buildings and/or structures had no other formative use besides mere ornamentation until the 19th and 20th centuries. It

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Domus

‘Gwangju Folly Project 2013′ Follies in architecture are traditionally buildings constructed primarily for decorative purposes. Spectacular conversation pieces they might be, these buildings and/or structures had no other formative use besides mere ornamentation until the 19th and 20th centuries. It

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Domus

‘Neutra revisited’ Taking history as her point of departure, Bryony Roberts’ installation Inverting Neutra reconsiders the relationship between the iconic modern house, the architect who created it and the surrounding environment of Southern California – both past and present. It also engages with

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Domus

‘Neutra revisited’ Taking history as her point of departure, Bryony Roberts’ installation Inverting Neutra reconsiders the relationship between the iconic modern house, the architect who created it and the surrounding environment of Southern California – both past and present. It also engages with

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Domus

‘Rain Room’ Playing with the scope, scale and accessibility of traditional exhibitions in contemporary art museums, London-based design studio rAndom International creates digitally immersive environments that have performative qualities that draw on op art, kinetics, and post-minimalism. The latest and most ambitious iteration

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Domus

‘Rain Room’ Playing with the scope, scale and accessibility of traditional exhibitions in contemporary art museums, London-based design studio rAndom International creates digitally immersive environments that have performative qualities that draw on op art, kinetics, and post-minimalism. The latest and most ambitious iteration

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Performance Publishing

Performance Publishing: Regent Trading Estate is part of an ongoing work by British artist Maurice Carlin that explores the ground between print, place and performance. Over the course of 3 months this Summer, he will work in a vacant 8000 sq ft

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Performance Publishing

Performance Publishing: Regent Trading Estate is part of an ongoing work by British artist Maurice Carlin that explores the ground between print, place and performance. Over the course of 3 months this Summer, he will work in a vacant 8000 sq ft

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PIN-UP

‘Chat Group’ Architecture’s avant-garde academic fringe has always made a happy home at the Southern California Institute of Architecture, or SCI-Arc as it is more generally known. Founded in 1972 in an effort to provide a more experimental and less

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PIN-UP

‘Chat Group’ Architecture’s avant-garde academic fringe has always made a happy home at the Southern California Institute of Architecture, or SCI-Arc as it is more generally known. Founded in 1972 in an effort to provide a more experimental and less

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PIN-UP

‘Price Done Right’ The late Ken Price may have been a local hero in Southern California, but the artist’s oeuvre — largely a collection of bulbous and/or oblong ceramic objects — is less well known in the rest of the U.S. or internationally. This

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PIN-UP

‘Price Done Right’ The late Ken Price may have been a local hero in Southern California, but the artist’s oeuvre — largely a collection of bulbous and/or oblong ceramic objects — is less well known in the rest of the U.S. or internationally. This

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WIRED

‘This plug-and-play museum in Texas took its inspiration from nature’ The new Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas, Texas, is a “huge plug-and-play puzzle”, according to Thom Mayne, founder of Morphosis Architects, who oversaw the project. The building is made

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WIRED

‘This plug-and-play museum in Texas took its inspiration from nature’ The new Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas, Texas, is a “huge plug-and-play puzzle”, according to Thom Mayne, founder of Morphosis Architects, who oversaw the project. The building is made

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KCRW

DnA: Design and Architecture Part of the extended programming of KCRW’s DnA: Design and Architecture broadcast, I will be contributing as a “DJ” (design journalist), adding a fresh voice and perspective to the program as well as keeping track of emerging

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KCRW

DnA: Design and Architecture Part of the extended programming of KCRW’s DnA: Design and Architecture broadcast, I will be contributing as a “DJ” (design journalist), adding a fresh voice and perspective to the program as well as keeping track of emerging

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Abitare

‘Iwan Baan: The Way We Live’ The renowned Dutch architectural photographer Iwan Baan recently opened a solo-exhibition in Los Angeles at Perry Rubenstein Gallery. Titled The Way We Live, the exhibit chronicles the last eight years of the artist’s prolific career from

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Abitare

‘Iwan Baan: The Way We Live’ The renowned Dutch architectural photographer Iwan Baan recently opened a solo-exhibition in Los Angeles at Perry Rubenstein Gallery. Titled The Way We Live, the exhibit chronicles the last eight years of the artist’s prolific career from

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TANK

‘Rachel Armstrong talks to Danielle Rago’ Reimagining the city while challenging traditional architectural conventions, British scientist and architect Rachel Armstrong has invented a new practice that aligns our contemporary cities with evolving ecosystems typically found in nature. Armstrong’s book, Living

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TANK

‘Rachel Armstrong talks to Danielle Rago’ Reimagining the city while challenging traditional architectural conventions, British scientist and architect Rachel Armstrong has invented a new practice that aligns our contemporary cities with evolving ecosystems typically found in nature. Armstrong’s book, Living

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MAK Center

DIALOGUES: Art/Architecture, Paris/Los Angeles An event in several modes, DIALOGUES brings together artists and architects from Paris and L.A. to share their experiences and ideas. Leading off will be a series of three discussions at the Schindler House, followed by an exhibition

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MAK Center

DIALOGUES: Art/Architecture, Paris/Los Angeles An event in several modes, DIALOGUES brings together artists and architects from Paris and L.A. to share their experiences and ideas. Leading off will be a series of three discussions at the Schindler House, followed by an exhibition

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Artsy

Early contributor and design writer for Artsy, a free online platform where you can discover, learn about, and collect art. Read more

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Artsy

Early contributor and design writer for Artsy, a free online platform where you can discover, learn about, and collect art. Read more

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WIRED

‘Walk underneath the magic carpet to discover the Louvre’s newest gallery’ It may appear to be a giant sheet floating in the breeze, but the latest addition to the Louvre’s Cour Visconti in Paris, designed by Italian architect Mario Bellini and

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WIRED

‘Walk underneath the magic carpet to discover the Louvre’s newest gallery’ It may appear to be a giant sheet floating in the breeze, but the latest addition to the Louvre’s Cour Visconti in Paris, designed by Italian architect Mario Bellini and

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CLOG

CLOG : NATIONAL MALL Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s amorphous addition to Gordon Bunshaft’s iconic Hirshhorn Museum mediates between polarities such as material/immaterial, inside/outside, soft/hard, public/private, individual/collective, autonomous/plurality. Located in arguably one of the most important sites in the United States,

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CLOG

CLOG : NATIONAL MALL Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s amorphous addition to Gordon Bunshaft’s iconic Hirshhorn Museum mediates between polarities such as material/immaterial, inside/outside, soft/hard, public/private, individual/collective, autonomous/plurality. Located in arguably one of the most important sites in the United States,

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PIN-UP

Fall Winter 2012/13, Issue 13 Out of his fascination with what it means for different individuals to be “modern”, French artist Xavier Veilhan has undertaken a series of installations at Modernist architectural sites around the world. His idea is to use

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PIN-UP

Fall Winter 2012/13, Issue 13 Out of his fascination with what it means for different individuals to be “modern”, French artist Xavier Veilhan has undertaken a series of installations at Modernist architectural sites around the world. His idea is to use

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Domus

‘A life of their own’ Escaping the context of the traditional white-cube gallery, American artist Oscar Tuazon, known for his architectural installations, responds directly to the city’s natural and artificial landscape through a series of three urban interventions collectively titled People in

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Domus

‘A life of their own’ Escaping the context of the traditional white-cube gallery, American artist Oscar Tuazon, known for his architectural installations, responds directly to the city’s natural and artificial landscape through a series of three urban interventions collectively titled People in

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SOA Culture

Editor to research platform in architecture, design and art whose mission is to commend, understand, and make more aware of exceptional spaces, objects, and art through exhibitions, programs and text. View the project

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SOA Culture

Editor to research platform in architecture, design and art whose mission is to commend, understand, and make more aware of exceptional spaces, objects, and art through exhibitions, programs and text. View the project

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Abitare

‘The Representation of Architecture, 1967-2012′ For Italian architect Massimo Scolari, “architecture is a way of knowing the world and exploring the world in the most poetic way.” Speaking with the architect, it became clear that his practice was both a

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Abitare

‘The Representation of Architecture, 1967-2012′ For Italian architect Massimo Scolari, “architecture is a way of knowing the world and exploring the world in the most poetic way.” Speaking with the architect, it became clear that his practice was both a

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Abitare

‘ROUNDTABLE’ The proliferation of contemporary art biennales in recent years has demonstrated a critical shift in the way in which we think about art within present-day society. According to the Biennale Foundation, there are more than 100 contemporary art biennales

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Abitare

‘ROUNDTABLE’ The proliferation of contemporary art biennales in recent years has demonstrated a critical shift in the way in which we think about art within present-day society. According to the Biennale Foundation, there are more than 100 contemporary art biennales

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WIRED

‘Pop-Up Pirate Radio’ Situated near the Essex site of early radio station 2MT, London-based practice Post-Works is launching Writtle Calling, a temporary radio station that will host live broadcasts by artists, scientists and musicians throughout September. The story was published

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WIRED

‘Pop-Up Pirate Radio’ Situated near the Essex site of early radio station 2MT, London-based practice Post-Works is launching Writtle Calling, a temporary radio station that will host live broadcasts by artists, scientists and musicians throughout September. The story was published

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AArchitecture

‘A Facilitator of Design Within the Twenty-first Century’ AArchitecture, Issue 17 This essay explores the notion of curating personalities within architecture via ASAP, which in and of itself actively becomes a place where these multitudinous personalities and discourses are brought

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AArchitecture

‘A Facilitator of Design Within the Twenty-first Century’ AArchitecture, Issue 17 This essay explores the notion of curating personalities within architecture via ASAP, which in and of itself actively becomes a place where these multitudinous personalities and discourses are brought

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Abitare

‘Invisible: Art about the Unseen 1957-2012′ Altering our perception of space, time and more importantly place, the recent exhibition “Invisible: Art about the Unseen 1957-2012”, on view at the Hayward Gallery, London explores the concepts of the invisible, unseen, and

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Abitare

‘Invisible: Art about the Unseen 1957-2012′ Altering our perception of space, time and more importantly place, the recent exhibition “Invisible: Art about the Unseen 1957-2012”, on view at the Hayward Gallery, London explores the concepts of the invisible, unseen, and

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Abitare

‘City in the Sky’ Challenging traditional notions of cities in terms of space, time and most notably gravity, Cloud City, the recent installation by artist Tomás Saraceno on the rooftop of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York explores the possibility of

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Abitare

‘City in the Sky’ Challenging traditional notions of cities in terms of space, time and most notably gravity, Cloud City, the recent installation by artist Tomás Saraceno on the rooftop of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York explores the possibility of

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FutureCityLab

‘Crowd Sourcing the Future’ Contributed to the publication as part of the FutureCityLab exhibit at the AEDES gallery in Berlin, organized by Daniel Dendra of anotherarchitect. The book is an open dialogue about how the “inter”net moment will have changed

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FutureCityLab

‘Crowd Sourcing the Future’ Contributed to the publication as part of the FutureCityLab exhibit at the AEDES gallery in Berlin, organized by Daniel Dendra of anotherarchitect. The book is an open dialogue about how the “inter”net moment will have changed

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Domus

‘Carlo Scarpa: The Architect at Work’ An article about a recent exhibition at the Cooper Union that sheds light onto the Italian architect Carlo Scarpa’s process of thinking, design, and material application, revealing a striking contemporariness to his work. The story

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Domus

‘Carlo Scarpa: The Architect at Work’ An article about a recent exhibition at the Cooper Union that sheds light onto the Italian architect Carlo Scarpa’s process of thinking, design, and material application, revealing a striking contemporariness to his work. The story

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The Architect’s Newspaper

‘Hidden in Plain Sight’ A review of the “Breaking Ground: Chinese American Architects in Los Angeles (1945–1980)” exhibit at the Chinese American Museum that examines the previously unheralded Chinese-American contribution to Los Angeles’ iconic modernist architecture. Its impressive roundup of work

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The Architect’s Newspaper

‘Hidden in Plain Sight’ A review of the “Breaking Ground: Chinese American Architects in Los Angeles (1945–1980)” exhibit at the Chinese American Museum that examines the previously unheralded Chinese-American contribution to Los Angeles’ iconic modernist architecture. Its impressive roundup of work

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Log Journal for Architecture

Contributed an essay for Log 24, Winter/Spring 2012 which takes a critical look at the Eames House living room installation that was on view at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art as part of the “California Design 1930-1965: Living in a Modern Way” exhibition.

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Log Journal for Architecture

Contributed an essay for Log 24, Winter/Spring 2012 which takes a critical look at the Eames House living room installation that was on view at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art as part of the “California Design 1930-1965: Living in a Modern Way” exhibition.

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AArchitecture

‘Architecture as Discourse’ AArchitecture, Issue 16 The first issue of the redesigned AArchitecture focuses on the theme of life after the AA with inspiring accounts and interviews with recent graduates who are inventing new ways in which to practice architecture.

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AArchitecture

‘Architecture as Discourse’ AArchitecture, Issue 16 The first issue of the redesigned AArchitecture focuses on the theme of life after the AA with inspiring accounts and interviews with recent graduates who are inventing new ways in which to practice architecture.

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Domus

‘Building as Icon’ An article about Santiago Calatrava’s first completed bridge in the United States that is evocative of Eero Saarinen’s Gateway Arch in shape and motivation. The bridge is also the the first realization in a series of new architectural

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Domus

‘Building as Icon’ An article about Santiago Calatrava’s first completed bridge in the United States that is evocative of Eero Saarinen’s Gateway Arch in shape and motivation. The bridge is also the the first realization in a series of new architectural

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Domus

‘Wang Shu wins the 2012 Pritzker Architecture Prize’ An article on 2012 Pritzker Architecture Prize Winner Wang Shu, the Chinese architect, for whom “a lost tradition means a lost future,” combines traditional materials with advanced building techniques in his practice,

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Domus

‘Wang Shu wins the 2012 Pritzker Architecture Prize’ An article on 2012 Pritzker Architecture Prize Winner Wang Shu, the Chinese architect, for whom “a lost tradition means a lost future,” combines traditional materials with advanced building techniques in his practice,

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Domus

‘Sub(urban) Realities’ An article about The Museum of Modern Art’s recent architecture exhibition “Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream” (2012). The second iteration in a series of architectural exhibits titled Issues in Contemporary Architecture, conceptualized and curated by Chief Curator of Architecture and

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Domus

‘Sub(urban) Realities’ An article about The Museum of Modern Art’s recent architecture exhibition “Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream” (2012). The second iteration in a series of architectural exhibits titled Issues in Contemporary Architecture, conceptualized and curated by Chief Curator of Architecture and

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Domus

‘Utopian Dreams’ An article about artist Chris Burden’s latest installation at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). Metropolis II (2010) is a complex, large-scale kinetic sculpture modeled after a fast-paced modern city. The story was published on DomusWeb on

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Domus

‘Utopian Dreams’ An article about artist Chris Burden’s latest installation at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). Metropolis II (2010) is a complex, large-scale kinetic sculpture modeled after a fast-paced modern city. The story was published on DomusWeb on

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The Architect’s Newspaper

‘Hollywood Facelift’ An article about the recent release of a new community plan for Hollywood by the Los Angeles Department of City Planning. The new plan is the neighborhood’s first update since 1988 and is based based on LA’s general city plan

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The Architect’s Newspaper

‘Hollywood Facelift’ An article about the recent release of a new community plan for Hollywood by the Los Angeles Department of City Planning. The new plan is the neighborhood’s first update since 1988 and is based based on LA’s general city plan

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The Architect’s Newspaper

‘On the Level’ An article about new amendments to the San Francisco Bay Area plan to address climate change. The revised plan more explicitly addresses the need to adapt local infrastructures, ecosystems, and communities to confront the effects of climate change,

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The Architect’s Newspaper

‘On the Level’ An article about new amendments to the San Francisco Bay Area plan to address climate change. The revised plan more explicitly addresses the need to adapt local infrastructures, ecosystems, and communities to confront the effects of climate change,

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AArchitecture

‘Writing as Architecture’ AArchitecture, Issue 15 An essay on the Writing and Critical Thinking in Architecture Symposium at the Architectural Association, London in March 2011. Organized by Marina Lathouri, Director of the History & Critical Thinking in MA Program, this

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AArchitecture

‘Writing as Architecture’ AArchitecture, Issue 15 An essay on the Writing and Critical Thinking in Architecture Symposium at the Architectural Association, London in March 2011. Organized by Marina Lathouri, Director of the History & Critical Thinking in MA Program, this

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AArchitecture

‘The Increasing Visibility of the Curator’ AArchitecture, Issue 14 An essay on a lecture that took place at the Architectural Association, London between Curator, Shumon Basar and Editor, Cynthia Davidson in October 2010. The essay takes a closer look at

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AArchitecture

‘The Increasing Visibility of the Curator’ AArchitecture, Issue 14 An essay on a lecture that took place at the Architectural Association, London between Curator, Shumon Basar and Editor, Cynthia Davidson in October 2010. The essay takes a closer look at

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Log Journal for Architecture

Contributed an essay for Log 21, Winter 2011 issue on Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare’s Nelson’s Ship in a Bottle (2010), a 1:29 scale replica of Lord Nelson’s flagship at the 1805 Battle of Trafalgar situated on the Fourth Plinth in front

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Log Journal for Architecture

Contributed an essay for Log 21, Winter 2011 issue on Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare’s Nelson’s Ship in a Bottle (2010), a 1:29 scale replica of Lord Nelson’s flagship at the 1805 Battle of Trafalgar situated on the Fourth Plinth in front

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