Decoration

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Emily Abruzzo, Jonathan D. Solomon
Princeton Architectural Press, Sep 14, 2006 - Architecture - 190 pages
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With Decoration, the long-running architecture journal 306090 enters a new era as it evolves into full-color book format. In this milestone volumemixing contemporary building projects with commentary and criticism from across the ideological spectrum, as well as interviews, studio profiles, and student work306090 takes on one of the very last taboos of contemporary architecture: decoration. Daring to discuss a phenomenon that surrounds us, but has been quietly ignored or dismissed by theorists and critics in the better part of the twentieth century, Decoration addresses emerging trends in design, planning, landscape, and education. Contributors to this landmark installment include Jesse Reiser, Kent Bloomer, Kengo Kuma, Nina Rappaport, and Meredith Warner.
 

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Contents

Section 1
24
Section 2
25
Section 3
26
Section 4
27
Section 5
39
Section 6
124
Section 7
125
Section 8
126
Section 9
135
Section 10
139
Section 11
167
Section 12
168
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306090 Books are edited by architects Emily Abruzzo and Jonathan D. Solomon, and published annually on topics pertinent to architecture, design and culture. The series includes the work of students, researchers, and practitioners young and experienced alike.

306090 Books are edited by architects Emily Abruzzo and Jonathan D. Solomon, and published annually on topics pertinent to architecture, design and culture. The series includes the work of students, researchers, and practitioners young and experienced alike.

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