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Publication: "The Urburb - Patterns of Contemporary Living"

Publication: "The Urburb - Patterns of Contemporary Living"
Publication: "The Urburb - Patterns of Contemporary Living", © Sternthal Books
© Sternthal Books

Written to accompany the minimal exhibition of the Israeli Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, “The Urburb - Patterns of Contemporary Living” tells the story of the Urburb, a built condition which is neither urban nor suburban, that dominates the contemporary Israeli landscape. Edited by Architect Ori Scialom and Dr. Roy Brand, the book brings together architectural photography and photographs of the installation interspersed amongst theoretical texts and short stories which address the cultural, political, and social aspects of the “Urburban” way of life. Learn more about the book, published by Sternthal Books, here.

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Gili Merin
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Cite: Gili Merin. "Publication: "The Urburb - Patterns of Contemporary Living"" 12 Jun 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/515126/publication-the-urburb-patterns-of-comteporary-living/> ISSN 0719-8884