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Architecture Monographs

Fri, Dec 1, 2017    5:30pm

Book launch and reception celebrating the release of publications by Columbia GSAPP faculty members.

Featured Books
Avery Review – And Now: Architecture Against a Developer Presidency
David Benjamin (‘05 M.Arch) – Embodied Energy and Design
Kenneth Frampton – Wright’s Writings
Mario Gooden ('90 M.Arch) – Dark Space
Andrés Jaque – Transmaterial/Calculable and Transmaterial Politics
Christoph Kumpusch – Detail Kultur
Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis – Manual of Section
LOT-EK – Objects + Operations
Reinhold Martin – The Urban Apparatus
MOS – Selected Works and A Situation Constructed from Loose and Overlapping Social and Architectural Aggregates
Kate Orff – Toward an Urban Ecology
Jorge Otero-Pailos – Experimental Preservation
Richard Plunz – City Riffs
Hilary Sample – Maintenance Architecture
Cassim Shepard – Citymakers
SO-IL – Order, Edge, Aura
Irene Sunwoo – In Progress: The IID Summer Sessions
Mabel O. Wilson ('91 M.Arch) – Begin with the Past
WORKac – We’ll Get There When We Cross That Bridge

All books are available for purchase at the event.

Architecture Monographs takes place in conjunction with 6on6, Columbia GSAPP’s student-run monthly social.
Organized by Columbia GSAPP.