Thirtysixtyninety 05: Building in Academia

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Princeton Architectural Press, 2003 - Architecture - 195 pages
306090 05: Teaching + Building focuses on emerging trends in design-build curricula through the work of young educators throughout the world, with essays on the effects of practice on education and vice versa. It features the built work of design instructors alongside the studio projects of their students, among other revealing juxtapositions. Students and professors profiled include Yvan-pier Cazabon, Margot Krasojevic, Aleksandr Mergold, emerymcclure Architects, Jose Salinas, SYSTEMarchitects, M1, and others.
 

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Emily A. Abruzzo is a designer and author living in New York. As a research affiliate at the Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies at Princeton, she has pursued work on the institutional and ecological factors surrounding the concept of the museum.Jonathan D. Solomon is the author of 13 Projects for the Sheridan Expressway . He is a designer living and working in New York.

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