Source Books in Architecture No. 15
- Includes in-depth conversations with Sharon Johnston and Mark Lee about their work, the development and origins of Johnston Marklee, and how creative practices adapt to the stresses of the discipline while continuing to grow new awareness
- Includes documentation on built and unbuilt projects, including: The Menil Drawing Institute, UCLA Margo Leavin Graduate Art Studios, University of Illinois at Chicago Center for the Arts, Porch House, Hut House, and others
- Source Books in Architecture No. 15: Johnston Marklee includes conversations with the architects and documentation of a range of built and unbuilt works
Source Books in Architecture No. 15: Johnston Marklee includes conversations with the architects and documentation of a range of built and unbuilt works. As the Baumer Visiting Professors at The Ohio State University, Sharon Johnston and Mark Lee engage with students at the school in conversations that range from developing a critical practice to idea formation with respect to projects to the pragmatics of working in the field or architecture today. Documentation of work includes drawings, diagrams, photos, and models.
Source Books in Architecture is a product of the Herbert Baumer seminars, a series of interactions between students and seminal practitioners at the Knowlton School at The Ohio State University. Following a significant amount of research, students lead discussions that encourage the architects to reveal their architectural motivations and techniques.