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PLAT 2.0: If You See Something. Say Something, Spring 2012.
PLAT Journal.
PLAT 2.0: If You See Something. Say Something, Spring 2012.
PLAT is an independent Architectural Journal published by students at Rice School of Architecture. In the call for submissions for PLAT 1.5 we began with a disquieting provocation: what is at stake in the disappearing gap between architectural representation and the buildings it produces? The content we received demonstrated representation's capacity to transcend its assumed role as a tool for building. But it also revealed another discontinuity, one inherent to representation, which technology cannot close. The various translation processes that are fundamental to architectural representation engender the double discontinuity of gaps and excesses, shortfalls and overlaps. Ideas and agendas never emerge fully intact when drawn, but-equally-the implications of a drawing always exceed this intent. With contributions by: Jansen Aui, Michael Banman, Jonathan Crisman, Jessica Cronstein, David Dewane, Branden R. Engel, Stewart Hickes, Thomas Hiller, Andreas Kalpakci, Marcin Kedzior, Dimitri Kim, Michael Maltzan, Jonathan Massey, David Rinehart, Jessica Rossi-Mastracci, John J. May, Charlie Morris, Jack Murphy, Allison Newmeyer, Jeongsun Oh, Antione Picon, Noam Shoked, Carolyn Sponza, Jimmy Stamp, Alex Tehranian, James Witherspoon, & Robert Yuen

Category: Architecture, History & Theory
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 176 pp
Publisher: PLAT Journal.
Year: 2011.
Publication Place: Houston,
Book Id: 93081

Price: $14.00
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