Log 51: Winter/spring 2021
|Author||Cynthia Davidson Ed.|
In this open issue, ‘Log’ gathers essays and observations from architects, historians, designers, and curators from around the world. Tatiana Knoroz discovers ingenuity in Japanese danchi, Thomas Daniell explores Seiichi Shirai’s unbuilt atomic memorial, Ruo Jia defines post-Maoist architecture in China, Iman Fayyad sees flatness as a productive framework, Harish Krishnamoorthy questions India’s new government district, and much more. Also, part of this issue is devoted to “Excursions in the Ecosphere”, the sequel to “The Return of Nature” in ‘Log’ 49, guest edited by Sanford Kwinter and with contributions by Bruce Mau, Aleksandra Jaeschke, and Gökhan Kodalak.
|200 p, ills colour & bw, 16 x 24 cm, pb, English|