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306090 06: Shifting Infrastructures

This new journal, fast becoming a staple in the architectural community, aims to revitalize, reform, and rebuild the profession by showcasing the work of promising students, young designers, and innovative educational institutions. Each volume addresses a pressing architectural issue and offers diverse, cross-disciplinary solutions in the form of projects, ideas, buildings, and other media.

306090 06: Shifting Infrastructures focuses on the influence of communication systems, data and material distribution, and other new technologies on existing physical and cultural infrastructures. The volume includes work from AUDC, Daniella Fabricius, Gnuform, Emily Eastman, Designlab, and others. Patricia Acevedo-Riker, Martha Mertzig, John Riker, and Jeremi Sudol are all graduates of the Rensselaer Polytechnic University. They are pursuing careers now in Michigan, New York City, Florida, and the United States Military. Alexander Briseno is an architect living and working in New York. Jonathan D. Solomon is the author of PA 26:13 Projects for the Sheridan Expressway; he teaches architectural design at the City College of New York.

Dimensions: 7″ x 10″ (inches)
Pages: 150
Edition: Softcover
Languages: English

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