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Pamphlet Architecture 23

Move: Sites of Trauma - A Princeton Architectural Press publication

By Johanna Saleh Dickson

7 x 8.5 in; 96 pp;
90 B/W photographs
Paperback
December 2002
ISBN 9781568984001
ISBN10 1568984006

SKU# 9781568984001

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Founded in 1978 by architect Steven Holl and bookseller William Stout in an attempt to skirt the editorial control of the reigning architectural magazine culture, Pamphlet Architecture has been disrupting the status-quo ever since. This series of s...
Pamphlet Architecture 23


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Pamphlet Architecture 23

Founded in 1978 by architect Steven Holl and bookseller William Stout in an attempt to skirt the editorial control of the reigning architectural magazine culture, Pamphlet Architecture has been disrupting the status-quo ever since. This series of small experimental volumes has introduced important ideas and spurred much-needed debate among students and practitioners alike.

Pamphlet Architecture 23 carries on this tradition with a book selected in an open competition. Johanna Saleh Dickson's entry was chosen from over seventy submissions received from architects, academics, and students from across the nation and around the world.

Her pamphlet investigates the events of May 13, 1985, when a bomb was dropped by police on a Philadelphia row house in order to evacuate its residents-members of the radical organization MOVE. The fire that ensued killed 11 MOVE members and destroyed an entire city block. Tainted by these traumatic events, the reconstructed house located on the site has stood unoccupied for nearly two decades. Dickson proposes an architectural treatment that might facilitate and promote healing within the affected community.

A call for ideas for Pamphlet 24 has already gone out. A winner will be selected in September of this year and the next innovative project will be published in spring of 2003.

 

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7 x 8.5 in; 96 pp;
90 B/W photographs
Paperback
December 2002
ISBN 9781568984001
ISBN10 1568984006

Johanna Saleh Dickson lives in Brooklyn and practices architecture in New York City.