32 Beijing New York: Issue 4

This new issues of the radical architectural journal 32 builds on its inaugural year success while maintaining its edgy, experimental character. Critical texts by some of today’s most influential architects are paired with large, abstract images and concise diagrams of urban and individual environments. Drawing on current political, economic, cultural, and technological challenges, 32 delves into the very essence of architecture. Issue 4 includes contributions by Steven Holl, Michael Bell, Yehuda Safran, Andrew MacNair, Yung Ho Chang, Li Hu, Judith Turner, Peter Cook, Stan Fung, Evan Douglis, Reiser + Umemoto, Robert C. Morgan, and Sabine V. Fischer.

Text: Bell Michael. pp. 32; paperback. Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press, New York, 2004.

ISBN: 9781568984711| 1568984715

ID: 17279

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This new issues of the radical architectural journal 32 builds on its inaugural year success while maintaining its edgy, experimental character. Critical texts by some of today’s most influential architects are paired with large, abstract images and concise diagrams of urban and individual environments. Drawing on current political, economic, cultural, and technological challenges, 32 delves into the very essence of architecture. Issue 4 includes contributions by Steven Holl, Michael Bell, Yehuda Safran, Andrew MacNair, Yung Ho Chang, Li Hu, Judith Turner, Peter Cook, Stan Fung, Evan Douglis, Reiser + Umemoto, Robert C. Morgan, and Sabine V. Fischer.

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