Nina Rappaport, Heather Kilmer
Yale School of Architecture, 2009 - Architecture - 152 pages
Negotiated Terrains is the second book that features the work of the Louis I. Kahn Visiting Assistant Professors, a chairmanship endowed in 2004 to bring young innovators in architectural design to the Yale School of Architecture.
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Louis I Kahn Visiting Assistant Professorship
Preface Jeanne Gang Sunil Bald Marc Tsurumaki
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activities allow architecture assembly Avenida Paulista building building's central Chicago circulation concrete connection construction context create cultural diagram economic ecosystem elevation environment environmental Everglades National Park exterior facade Florida flow formal galleries global Haymarket Affair headquarters Heather Kilmer ideas infrastructure institutions interior interstitial programming invasive species Jeanne Gang Kahn Visiting Assistant Labor History Museum landscape levee located lodge Marc Tsurumaki material movement Mumbai museum of labor narrative natural natural environment Number operate organization perspective physical political pool programmatic proposal provides rally ramp relationship restaurant Robert A. M. Stern rooms Sao Paulo scale shifting space spatial strategy structure Studio Gang Architects STUDIO RESEARCH Studio SUMO Sunil surface Tamiami Tamiami Trail technologies terrains tion tourism Trail tree islands urban Venice Biennale visual wall Website wetlands workers World Social Forum WSF's Yale zone