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Workbook

The Official Catalog for Workshopping: An American Model for Architectural Practice
Princeton Architectural Press

Edited by Emily Abruzzo

6-1/2 x 8-3/4 in; 128 pp;
80 color and 15 b/w images
Paperback
September 2010
ISBN 9781616890179
ISBN10 1616890177

SKU# 9781616890179

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The work shown at the U.S. Pavilion at the 2010 Venice Biennale is vital and proactive, suggesting solutions, describing the possibilities of new techniques or technologies, or re-framing the problems of the city, and, in the process, defining a new model...
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The work shown at the U.S. Pavilion at the 2010 Venice Biennale is vital and proactive, suggesting solutions, describing the possibilities of new techniques or technologies, or re-framing the problems of the city, and, in the process, defining a new model of architectural practice. From John Portman's architectas-initiator model to cityLAB's research-based,innovative community-driven proposals, these works seek to define their own problems, audiences, and missions. The can-do spirit of each of these projects echo the collaborative, team-based methodologies of 306090 Books, co-presenters of the U.S. Pavilion with Atlanta's High Museum of Art. The impressive scale, reach, and beauty of the participants' projects makes their ground-up formation all the more inspiring.

 

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6-1/2 x 8-3/4 in; 128 pp;
80 color and 15 b/w images
Paperback
September 2010
ISBN 9781616890179
ISBN10 1616890177
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