Adrian Luchini

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Rockport Publishers, 1999 - Architecture - 143 pages
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As a practitioner, Adrian Luchini is fundamentally interested in the ethereal; as an educator, in the way the practice of architecture influences the development of new theories. In this regard, his pursuit of architecture is by necessity expanded, general, imprecise, and all-encompassing. His mode of resistance is by engagement instead of withdrawal, evidenced by the severe oscillation from the small practice to the large corporation for architecture, engineering, and construction; from the carefully delayed guarded residential project to the almost anonymous, shared medium of global practice. This breadth of work and exploration of philosophy is illustrated in this beautiful monograph. Adrian Luchini is based in St. Louis, Missouri.

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