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Studio Works 11

Studio Works 11

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$24.95 • £21.95 • €22.95

ISBN 9780935617962

Publication Date: 09/30/2006


256 pages

150 black and white line art; 100 color line art; 250 color halftones

Harvard Graduate School of Design > Studio Works


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Studio Works 11 features outstanding Harvard Graduate School of Design student work from the school years 2003–2004 and 2004–2005, along with material documenting exhibitions, research seminars, and thesis projects.

From the Preface by Dean Alan Altshuler:

“For nearly four decades, the soaring, skylit studio space at Gund Hall has been shared by aspiring architects, landscape architects, urban designers, and urban planners, on their paths to leadership in both shaping the built, and enhancing the natural, environments in which we live. Students explore in the Graduate School of Design’s studios an ever-widening range of issues: from the architectural opportunities (and ever more difficult choices) afforded by new technologies, to the ecology of regional landscapes, to relationships between politics and urban planning. The original aim of the GSD studio experience—to stimulate independent discovery and creativity, in animated collaboration with peers and direct engagement with real problems—continues to inspire, as readers will discover in this eleventh edition of Studio Works.”

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