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Everything All at Once The Software, Film, and Architecture of MOS

Everything All at Once The Software, Film, and Architecture of MOS

Princeton Architectural Press

By Michael Meredith and Hilary Sample


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In less than a decade, Michael Meredith and Hilary
Sample have emerged as two of architecture’s most
daring experimenters. Their New York City-based
studio MOS is home to an unusually eclectic band of
collaborators for whom new media technologies offer
not simply better means of presentation, but rather
become the radical tools necessary to create groundbreaking
architecture. By exchanging plans and sections
for software and film, MOS eschews the static forms
of traditional architecture in favor of a working technique
that is inventive and playful. Everything All
at Once
showcases over twenty-five projects on screen
and in built form, including the acclaimed thatchcovered
structures from the 2009 PS1 After Party
and the mylar weather balloon installation at the
2010 Venice Biennale. As aesthetically experimental
as the projects it contains, Everything All at Once is
a window on the architectural vanguard of today and
a vision of the architectural studio of tomorrow.

• This is the first published book focused on the
work of MOS

• Includes an essay by architecture critic Sylvia Lavin,
chair of the PhD architecture program at UCLA

• In addition to architecture, MOS crosses over into
genres of gaming, new media, design, and programming

• A colorful visual manifesto that will be a muchcoveted
design object

More Details

Size: 6 x 8.25 in in;
Pages: 176 pp / 40 color / 150 b+w pp;
Format: Paperback
Publication: December 2012
ISBN: 9781616890780
ISBN10: 1616890789

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