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Pamphlet Architecture 11-20

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Pamphlet Architecture 11-20

A short while ago we received Pamphlet Architecture 11-20, the second volume that accumulates the continually growing series. Steven Holl and William Stout started the Pamphlet series back in 1978. They wanted to create a venue “for publishing the works, thoughts, and theory of a new generation of architects.” The resulting publications are graphically pleasing and theoretically engaging. Interestingly, as Steven Holl points out, many of these once theoretical ideas are be realized in contemporary ideas. For example, Steven Holl says his “Horizontal Skyscraper” in Shenzhen, China “could be considered an outgrowth of experiments began in 1996′s Edge of a City (PA 13).

Contents Preface, Steven Holl Notes on the Pamphlets

11 Hybrid Buildings / Joseph Fenton 12 Building Machines / Robert McCarter, editor

13 Edge of A City / Steven Holl

In this image you can see the inspiration for Holl’s future work. 14 Mosquitoes: A Handbook for Survival / Ken Kaplan and Ted Krueger

15 War and Architecture / Lebbeus Woods

16 Architecture as a Translation of Music / Elizabeth Martin, editor 17 Small Buildings / Mike Cadwell 18 A + A + …(unpublished) / J. Knoops, F. Rascoe, P. Whang, J. Woell, editors 19 Reading Drawing Building / Michael Silver 20 Seven Partly Underground Rooms and Buildings for Water, Ice, and Midgets / Mary-Ann Ray

Hardcover: 592 pages Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press (September 7, 2011) Language: English

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