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Studio Works 11

Studio Works 11

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$24.95 • £19.95 • €22.50

ISBN 9780935617962

Publication Date: 09/30/2006

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256 pages

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

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  • Book 1
    • Preface
    • Introduction to Departments: Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Urban Planning and Design
    • Faculty of Design
    • Core Studios
      • Architecture
      • Landscape Architecture
      • Urban Planning and Design
    • Exhibitions
      • Josep Lluis Sert: The Architect of Urban Design, 1953–1969
      • Michael Maltzan: Lift
      • Alejandro Aravena: X
      • Projecting Reclamation in Design
      • Phylogenesis: FOA’s Ark
      • The City of Aleppo
  • Book 2
    • Options Studios Fall 2003
      • Chile MMX [Alejandro Aravena]
      • Downtown Seoul: The Recovery of the Chungae Chun Stream [Rodolfo Machado]
      • Border Station: San Ysidro, CA [Michael Maltzan]
      • The Future Urban Landscape of Cesena, Italy [Carl Steinitz]
      • Soft [Sheila Kennedy]
      • Sculpture Center: LIC, New York Addition-Connection [Linda Pollak]
      • A Cross Section through the City: Redevelopment of the Han Jiang Riverfront in Wuhan, China [Peter G. Rowe]
      • Open Figures: The Contouring of Architecture [Ron Witte]
      • Eleven Cities and the Milan Convention Center Site [Martha Schwartz, Brent Stringfellow]
      • Micro Public Space by Flux Management [Momoyo Kaijima, Yoshiharu Tsukamoto]
    • Options Studios Spring 2004
      • Detroit [Alex Krieger, Matthew Kiefer]
      • Field Trip [Mack Scogin]
      • Urban Form: Moscow Luzhniki Studio [Rodolfo Machado]
      • 2CC [Preston Scott Cohen]
      • Altered Faces: Reworking the Teheran Corridor, Seoul, Korea [Niall Kirkwood, Alistair McIntosh, Woo-Kyung Sim]
      • Square One: Martyr’s Square, Downtown Beirut, Lebanon [Hashim Sarkis]
      • Superquadras, Projections and Pilotis [Jorge Silvetti]
      • Bringing Harvard Yards to the River [Joan Busquets]
      • Interstitial Spaces—New York City [Ken Smith]
      • The Bone Studio [Vincent James]
      • Architecture(s) of Geopolitical Transgression [Richard Sommer, Hailim Suh]
      • Evoking Nature: Architecture as Landscape on the Emerald Necklace [Frank Barkow, Regine Leibinger]
    • Options Studios Fall 2004
      • The Chilean Pavilion for the Venice Biennale: The Rigorous Construction of a Pleasant Place [Alejandro Aravena]
      • City of Knowledge [Jonathan Levi]
      • Alternative Futures for Tepotzotlan, Mexico [Carl Steinitz]
      • Brooklyn Botanic Garden Educational Center [Stephen Cassell, Adam Yarinsky]
      • Expanding Boston’s Core: Somerville and Its Competitive Context [Francois Vigier]
      • A Bridge and a Pavilion in Bilbao [Spiro Pollalis]
      • Baseball in the City [Jeanne Gang]
      • Parks and Cities: Climate, Experience, and Frugality as Design Engines [Michael Van Valkenburgh]
      • Automotive Design as a Laboratory for Disciplinary Dynamics [Wes Jones]
      • Berlin: The Museum Island and Beyond [Thomas Muller]
      • Revealing Houston’s Midtown Disposition [Marcel Smets, Mark Dwyer]
    • Options Studios Spring 2005
      • The Rhinoceros Next Door [Mack Scogin]
      • UK/NL: A Building in Amsterdam Harbor [Tony Fretton]
      • A New Neighborhood for Charleston, SC [Alex Krieger]
      • Touristic Development in the Istrian Peninsula, Puntizela, Croatia [Jorge Silvetti with Ivan Rupnik]
      • Two Investigations in Residential Design [George Hargreaves]
      • The Bone Studio 2: Experimental Concrete Architecture [Vincent James]
      • Provoking a New Form of Urbanity: The Corvin Promenade, Budapest [Rodolfo Machado, Felipe Correa]
      • Structure Ornament: Experiments with Blank Typologies [Farshid Moussavi]
      • Intermodal Istanbul [Hashim Sarkis]
      • Institutions and Architecture over Time [Rafael Moneo]
      • Monterrey, a Mexican City and Landscape in Transformation [Leland Cott, Mario Schjetnan]
      • Seoul, Korea [Remment Koolhaas, Jeffrey Inaba]
      • New Orleans: Redesigning a Fragile Edge [Joan Busquets]
      • Indefinitely Extendable Museum, Ueno Park, Tokyo [Preston Scott Cohen]
    • Independent Design Theses
      • The X2 Line: Propagating Self-Organization in the California Delta [Richard Kennedy, MLA II, Spring 2005]
      • Conundrum Cubed [Begum Bengu, March I, Fall 2003]
      • Edging Out Volume [Michele Prata, March I, Fall 2003]
      • Polyvalence: An Architecture of Reciprocity [Jason Halaby, March I AP, Spring 2004]
      • Thesis [Jeannette Kou, March I, Spring 2004]
      • Anyhouse: The Mass-Produced Custom Home [Marzuki Stevens, March I, Fall 2004]
      • Paris: The Crux of Les Etoiles [Amelia Stephenson, March I, Spring 2005]
      • Thesis [Aziza Chaouni, March I, Spring 2005]
      • Landing: Industry and the Structures of Places [Daniel Sewall Adams, March I AP, Spring 2005]
      • Second Nature [Geoffrey Von Oeyen, March I, Spring 2005]
      • Urban Morphologies in the San Francisco Bay Area [Simon Demeuse, March II, Spring 2005]
    • Advanced Research Seminars
      • Swedish Cloud Exhibition [Toshiko Mori]
      • Algorithmic Architecture [Kostas Terzidis]
      • Materials and Construction [Toshiko Mori, Thomas Schroepfer, Nader Tehrani]
    • Acknowledgments

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