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  • Peter EISENMAN.
    beijing CHINA

    The exhibition, Design Intelligence: Advanced Computational Research, opened in 751-D, Beijing, China, on Friday 26 September 2013. The exhibition included the work of 32 of the leading schools of architecture in the world, including the AA, Harvard, USC, UPenn, MIT, Yale, Princeton, SCI-Arc, UCLA, UMichigan, Bartlett, IaaC, DIA, Angewandte, Tsinghua and Tongji, and was curated by Neil Leach and Xu Weiguo. The catalogue was published by China Architecture and Building Press.

    exhibition & catalogue: “Design Intelligence: Advanced Computational Research,” curated and edited by Neil LEACH & XU Weiguo
    Friday, 09/26 (opening) / 751-D
    Beijing 100015, China

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  • Philip JOHNSON & Mark WIGLEY, eds., Deconstructivist Architecture.
    1988

    Catalogue accompaniment to the 1988 MoMA exhibition of the same name, Deconstructivist Architecture presents a radical architecture, exemplified by the recent work of seven architects: Frank O. Gehry, Daniel Libeskind, Rem Koolhaas, Peter Eisenman, Zaha M. Hadid, Bernard Tschumi, and Coop Himmelblau.

  • A New Sculpturalism
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    A New Sculpturalism: Contemporary Architecture from Southern California examines contemporary Southern California architecture from 1987 to the present, exploring its experimental nature, sculptural tendency, and exciting evolution. Contributions by leading architectural historians coupled with a stunning collection of images present recent works in terms of sculpturalism and urbanism, and consider the impact of the history and environment of Los Angeles, as well as the creative and working processes.

  • Fresh Punches.
    brooklyn NEW YORK

    suckerPUNCH announces the publication of Fresh Punches, catalogue for LOT & suckerPUNCH’s “Fresh Punches” exhibition. In addition to collecting the work featured in the exhibition, Fresh Punches includes essays, interviews, and ruminations from more than 50 educators on the state of architecture education in the US today.

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