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S AM / As Found: Urban Reanimations and the Minimal Intervention.
Ferguson, Francesca.
S AM / As Found: Urban Reanimations and the Minimal Intervention.
Published to accompany the exhibitions at the Swiss Architecture Museum in Basel, S AM appears four times a year. This issue examines the reactivation and transformation of spaces and existing structures. Seventeen recent works and projects revel in an aesthetic of the unfinished and the makeshift - in turn raising discussions about our understanding of useful - and useable - space. Architects featured include: Isa Sturm Urs Wolf SA; Haworth Tompkins; OSA; Modulorbeat; and EM2N Architekten. English/German.

Category: Architecture, Building Types
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 72 pp.
Publisher: Christoph Merian Verlag
Year: 2007
Publication Place: Basel,
ISBN: 9783856163464
Book Id: 76537

Price: $18.00

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