Pamphlet Architecture 1-10: The Cult Of Performance by Steven HollPamphlet Architecture 1-10: The Cult Of Performance by Steven Holl

Pamphlet Architecture 1-10: The Cult Of Performance

bySteven Holl

Hardcover | April 1, 1998

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To celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the founding of Pamphlet Architecture , we are proudly reissuing the first ten issues-most of which have been long out of print-in one hardcover volume. This graphically stunning and theoretically stimulating collection includes the early works of many of today's best-known architects, including Steven Holl, Lars Lerup, Mark Mack, Lebbeus Woods, Zaha Hadid, Livio Dimitriu, and Alberto Sartoris.The Pamphlet Architecture series was founded in 1978 by architects Steven Holl and William Stout as a venue for publishing the thoughts and works of a younger generation of architects. Each issue was written, illustrated, and designed by a single architect, which gives each its unique character. The series, which received an American Institute of Architects award, continues to influence new generations of architects as it disseminates new and innovative ideas on architecture and presents thework of the luminaries of tomorrow.
Steven Holl has been recognized with architecture's most prestigious awards and prizes and has lectured and exhibited widely. He is a tenured Professor at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture and Planning and has published numerous books, including Anchoring (1989), Intertwining (1996), and Parallax (2000).
Title:Pamphlet Architecture 1-10: The Cult Of PerformanceFormat:HardcoverDimensions:480 pages, 8.56 × 7.28 × 1.25 inPublished:April 1, 1998

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ISBN - 10:1568981260

ISBN - 13:9781568981260

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