Sukita: Eternity – Limited Edition –  More Information

30 black geometric shapes in square formation, on white cover, 57 PAVILIONS in black font to bottom right
30 black geometric shapes in square formation, on white cover, 57 PAVILIONS in black font to bottom right
30 black geometric shapes in square formation, on white cover, 57 PAVILIONS in black font to bottom right
30 black geometric shapes in square formation, on white cover, 57 PAVILIONS in black font to bottom right
30 black geometric shapes in square formation, on white cover, 57 PAVILIONS in black font to bottom right
30 black geometric shapes in square formation, on white cover, 57 PAVILIONS in black font to bottom right
30 black geometric shapes in square formation, on white cover, 57 PAVILIONS in black font to bottom right
30 black geometric shapes in square formation, on white cover, 57 PAVILIONS in black font to bottom right
30 black geometric shapes in square formation, on white cover, 57 PAVILIONS in black font to bottom right
30 black geometric shapes in square formation, on white cover, 57 PAVILIONS in black font to bottom right
30 black geometric shapes in square formation, on white cover, 57 PAVILIONS in black font to bottom right
30 black geometric shapes in square formation, on white cover, 57 PAVILIONS in black font to bottom right
30 black geometric shapes in square formation, on white cover, 57 PAVILIONS in black font to bottom right
30 black geometric shapes in square formation, on white cover, 57 PAVILIONS in black font to bottom right

57 Pavilions

Edited by Andrew Saunders
Contributions by Winka Dubbeldam

£17.95

Log in to add this to your wishlist.
  • 57 Pavilions is a 21st-century manual documenting architectural design research at PennDesign
  • Through the presentation of 54 half-scale pavilion projects and three full-scale pavilions a novel approach is laid out for generating higher ordered physical assemblies
Full Description
57 Pavilions is a 21st-century manual documenting architectural design research at PennDesign examining new potentials for part to whole assemblies where experiments in material expression, morphology, performance and culture fuse with advanced digital design processes and fabrication to produce fullscale architectural consequences. Through the presentation of 54 half-scale pavilion projects and three full-scale pavilions a novel approach is laid out for generating higher ordered physical assemblies. The formations produce a new role of parts, material processes, and aggregations yielding a more autonomous character as discrete objects in a larger assembly. As the pavilion research moves into the world in full-scale installations, these new part-to-whole relationships provoke unexpected engagement with occupants, the environment, and the larger cultural context.
About the Author

Andrew Saunders is an associate professor in the Architecture Department at PennDesign and maintains a design research practice, Andrew Saunders Architecture + Design. He is the coordinator of graduate Architecture studios and the Pavilion Project at PennDesign. His current practice and research interests lie in computational geometry as it relates to aesthetics, emerging technology, fabrication and performance. He received his Masters in Architecture with Distinction from the Harvard GSD.

Specifications
Publisher
ORO Editions
ISBN
9781940743707
Published
26th Oct 2018
Binding
Paperback / softback
Size
227 mm x 153 mm
Pages
200 Pages
Illustrations
180 color, b&w
Recently Viewed

Please log-in or create an account to see your recent items.