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L.A.W.U.N. Project #19. In Pursuit of Drift.
GREENE, David and Samantha Hardingham.
L.A.W.U.N. Project #19. In Pursuit of Drift.
David Greene's disreputable projects - evidence of his 'increasing disinterest in form and wilful drift towards invisibility' - are documented in a publication and 40-year retrospective exhibition in April and May. In collaboration with a number of designers Greene will revisit signature works such as the Logplug and The Bottery and review them in relation to current construction and modelling techniques. The show and book are curated and edited by First Year tutor and writer Samantha Hardingham, with David Greene.

Category: Featured Publishers, Architectural Association
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 280 pp
Publisher: Architectural Association.
Year: 2008
Publication Place: London,
ISBN: 9781902902661
Book Id: 78354

Price: $80.00
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