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ACTAR, 2000 - Architecture - 720 pages
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The author of "S, M, L, XL" teams up with an international group of top architects and theorists to explore the myriad ways in which the city is undergoing a series of profound transformations. Illustrations throughout. Flexi-bound.

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Mutations: Rem Koolhaas, Harvard Project on the City; Stefano Boeri, Multiplicity; Sanford Kwinter; Nadia Tazi, Hans Ulrich Obrist

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This time working with a host of collaborators, architect Koolhaas, whose S, M, L, XL was that rare thing, a crossover architecture best seller, has returned with another bricklike tome. Mutations ... Read full review


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