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Surface/Subsurface

Princeton Architectural Press

By Marion Weiss,and Michael Manfredi,Preface by Mohsen Mostafavi,Introduction by David Leatherbarrow

11 x 9 in; 208 pp;
300 color images
Hardcover
January 2008
ISBN 9781568987330
ISBN10 1568987331

SKU# 9781568987330

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For nearly two decades the architecture firm Weiss/Manfredi has practiced outside the traditional boundaries of architecture. Their work with complex sites and programs benefits from an interdisciplinary approach and a dynamic integration of architecture,...
Surface/Subsurface


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Surface/Subsurface

For nearly two decades the architecture firm Weiss/Manfredi has practiced outside the traditional boundaries of architecture. Their work with complex sites and programs benefits from an interdisciplinary approach and a dynamic integration of architecture, art, infrastructure, and landscape design. Surface/Subsurface presents nine major projects that have been completed since their first monograph Site Specific, published in 2000.

Their design processexemplary of the best contemporary architectural practicesreveals potential in subsurface conditions with the goal of generating an entirely new language for the surface. Projects include the Olympic Sculpture Park in Seattle, which wanders over a highway and train lines; the Museum of the Earth in Ithaca, New York, which manipulates the movement of water, cars, and visitors; and the Smith College Campus Center in Northampton, Massachusetts, whichtransforms the brick campus into a luminous terracotta surface. Each project is fully documented through project photographs, drawings, details, and texts.

 

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11 x 9 in; 208 pp;
300 color images
Hardcover
January 2008
ISBN 9781568987330
ISBN10 1568987331

Weiss/Manfredi is a New York City-based multidisciplinary design practice founded in 1989 by Marion Weiss and Michael Manfredi. In 2004 the firm was awarded an Academy Award in Architecture by the American Academy of Arts and Letters.