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New Geographies, 8


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$24.95 • £19.95 • €22.50

ISBN 9781934510452

Publication Date: 01/09/2017


224 pages

8 x 10 inches

71 color illustrations, 16 halftones, 40 line illustrations, 7 maps

Harvard Graduate School of Design > New Geographies


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  • Islandology [Marc Shell]
  • The “Island Effect”: Reality or Metaphor? [Stefania Staniscia]
  • Philosophers’ Islands [Robin MacKay]
  • Desert Island: An Atlas of Archipelagic Laboratories [MAP Office (Laurent Gutierrez and Valérie Portefaix)]
  • Molten Entities [Timothy Morton with artwork by Olafur Eliasson]
  • Of Ecology, Immunity, and Islands: The Lost Maples of Big Bend [Cary Wolfe]
  • How to Hide an Island [Stefan Helmreich]
  • On Seeing and Believing: Islands of Chaos and the Key Question of Scientific Visualization [Nina Samuel]
  • A Stroll between Objects and Fields [Interview with Stan Allen]
  • On the Limits of Process: The Case for Precision in Landscape [Anita Berrizbeitia]
  • The Limits of Limits: Schmitt, Aureli, and the Geopolitical Ontology of the Island [Douglas Spencer]
  • Toward a Formless Ecology [Formlessfinder (Garrett Ricciardi and Julian Rose)]
  • Nine Islands: Matters around Architecture [Neyran Turan]
  • Painterly Formation [Roland Snooks]
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  • Designing Cities with Mesocosmos [Alexander Felson]
  • Beyond the Limits of the City: Urbanizing Territories [Milica Topalovic with images by Bas Princen]
  • The World in the Architectural Imaginary [Hashim Sarkis with Gabriel Kozlowski and Roi Salgueiro Barrio]
  • Micro, Partial, Parallel, (In)Visible [Roi Salgueiro Barrio]
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