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Built projects are accompanied by thought-provoking texts, beautiful drawings, and photographs. Also included are a selection of the firm’s speculative projects addressing issues of urbanism and suburbanism.
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Paul Lewis is an assistant professor at Princeton University. They have a great way of presenting their work, and also have a wide range in this book to learn from and appreciate.
Their large institutional buildings such as Bornhuetter Hall for Wooster College imaginatively engage the particulars of program, lweis.tsurumaki.lewis, client needs, and code.
The award-winningyoung architecture firm Lewis. Often building portions of projects themselves, thesearchitects seek to maximize their project’s impact through material fabrication and construction. This book summarizes the first ten years of their Usually the vast number of books about architecture are more books about photography about architecture. Lewis will enlighten and inspire architects to create more useful, attractive, and interesting forms.
An appendix distills their design philosophy into five tactics, a readymade code for students and practitioners looking for design ideas for the real world. I liked but didn’t love their pamphlet so didn’t expect to like the book- maybe they grew on me- maybe my taste changed. KC rated it really liked it Feb 10, Also included are a selection of the firm’s speculative projects addressing issues of urbanism and suburbanism. Their designs for a residence in Nazareth, Pennsylvania, morph from a standard suburban elevation on the street front to a modern pavilion at the back.