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War and Architecture (Pamphlet Architecture)

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Pamphlet Architecture was begun in 1977 by William Stout and Steven Holl as an independent vehicle for dialogue among architects, and has become a popular venue for publishing the works and thoughts of a younger generation of architects. Small in scale, low in price, but large in impact, these books present and disseminate new and innovative theories. The modest format of ...more
Paperback, 40 pages
Published January 1st 1996 by Princeton Architectural Press
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Abraham
Mar 25, 2013 Abraham rated it it was amazing
Beautiful, passionate, and poetic. This book treads the so very thin line between the poetic and the rigorously conceived, building, ultimately, an argument for the generation of an architecture that is more than just democratic, that is a real response to the real dynamic world we inhabit. The renderings, which I just saw first hand at the Sfmoma, are spectacular, and represent a rare devotion to craft and poetic, heart and structure. Rip lebbeus woods.
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One of the most important narratives for urban design and community-mindedness this millennium has to offer!

I recommend first reading a version without gazing upon the images, and then to read it again with the images in perspective.
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I was first introduced to Lebbeus Woods' work this past week, when, having some extra time on my hands, I visited the Broad Art Museum in East Lansing, Michigan. Woods, who was born in Lansing, and died in 2012, was an experimental architect whose sketches and theories, for me, overshadowed his actual buildings. The museum is currently holding an exhibition of his work, and if you're in the area, I encourage you to go see it. The museum itself was built by one of Woods' proteges, and is amazing. ...more
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Lebbeus Woods was an American architect and artist.

Woods studied architecture at the University of Illinois and engineering at Purdue University and first worked in the offices of Eero Saarinen, but in 1976 turned exclusively to theory and experimental projects. He has designed buildings in Chengdu, China and Havana, Cuba. In 1988, Woods co-founded the Research Institute for Experimental Architect
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