Installations by Architects

Installations by Architects

JAE 59:4 May 2006

Installations by Architects

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Installations by Architects: Ephemeral Environments, Lasting Contributions Introduction Sarah Bonnemaison, Ronit Eisenbach & Robert Gonazalez Dalhousie University; The University of Maryland; Tulane University
Installations by Architects: Ephemeral Environments, Lasting Contributions Urban Threads Janet McGaw University of Melbourne
Installations by Architects: Ephemeral Environments, Lasting Contributions Studio South: Recycling an African American Landmark Jori Erdman Clemson University
Installations by Architects: Ephemeral Environments, Lasting Contributions Playtime Thierry Beaudoin, Sinisha Brdar, Nicolas Marier, Patrick Morand & Marc Pape University of Montreal
Installations by Architects: Ephemeral Environments, Lasting Contributions Head in the Clouds Anne Cormier, Randy Cohen & Howard Davies University of Montreal; University of Qu├ębec in Montreal; McGill University
Installations by Architects: Ephemeral Environments, Lasting Contributions Point-Counterpoint: A Conversation with Haviland Tricia Stuth & Ted Shelton University of Tennessee
Installations by Architects: Ephemeral Environments, Lasting Contributions redBARN Installation: "Not to render the visible, but to render visible" - Paul Klee Timothy Gray & Michael Williams Ball State Unviersity; Louisiana Tech University
Installations by Architects: Ephemeral Environments, Lasting Contributions Prairie Ladder Mark Anderson, Peter Anderson & Cameron Schoepp University of California, Berkeley; California College of the Arts; Texas Christian University
Installations by Architects: Ephemeral Environments, Lasting Contributions Chicago Scenarios: Reframed and Unframed Ellen Dineed Grimes & Elva Rubio University of Illinois, Chicago
Installations by Architects: Ephemeral Environments, Lasting Contributions Reflections Mireille Roddier University of Michigan
Installations by Architects: Ephemeral Environments, Lasting Contributions From Object to Installation in Bruno Taut's Exhibit Pavilions Kai K. Gutschow Carnegie Mellon University
Installations by Architects: Ephemeral Environments, Lasting Contributions To Enter the Work: Ambient Art Catherine Veikos University of Pennsylvania
Book Reviews Cruelty and Utopia: Cities and Landscapes of Latin America Sandra Vivanco California College of the Arts
Book Reviews Site Matters Clare Robinson University of California, Berkeley
Book Reviews Nothing Less than Literal: Architecture after Minimalism Mehrdad Hadighi State University of New York, Buffalo
Book Reviews Theoretical Anxiety and Design Strategies in the Work of Eight Contemporary Architects Jean La Marche State University of New York, Buffalo

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