On certain possibilities for the irrational embellishment of a town: ten urban artefacts
Black Dog Pub., Jul 8, 2000 - Architecture - 93 pages
On Certain Possibilties for the Irrational Embellishment of a Town compromises ten projects concerned with a novel approach to the idea of 'street furniture'. From surrealist game playing to finely engineered millennium 'products' the projects covered in this volume set out possibilities for an architecture that is, at the same time, accountable, provocative and reassuring.
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