Princeton Architectural Press
By Perry Kulper and Nat Chard
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The competition for Pamphlet Architecture 33
asked previous authors in the series to nominate the
architects and theorists whose work represents the
most exciting design and research in the field today.
The second of two winning entries—the first was
published in Spring 2013 as PA 33—was submitted
by architects and educators Perry Kulper and
Nat Chard. Pamphlet Architecture 34 speculates
on how architecture might discuss indeterminate
conditions of production through a generative
agency of representation. Kulper and Chard explore
the indeterminacy of architectural research through
drawings that exceed the traditional drawing space.
Located in two different countries, the authors
communicate by shipping each drawing across
geographical borders. As a result, the drawing acts,
as a tactical and conversational medium, providing
the architects with new opportunities for the
confluence of the uncertain.
• Founded in 1977 as an alternative to mainstream
architectural publishing, Pamphlet Architecture
helped launch the careers of architects from Steven
Holl and Lebbeus Woods to Zaha Hadid
• Since 2001 the competition has attracted hundred of
participants from around the world
• This volume’s competition solicited nominations
from all past Pamphlet authors as well as recent
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