Harvard Design Magazine 47: Inside Scoop
|Harvard Design Magazine
According to editor in chief Jennifer Sigler, this issue forms a renewed call to expand the architectural imagination to the interior. “Inside Scoop” is organised in four parts. It opens with a collection of archival essays, each paired with a newly written reflection by an invited contributor. This is followed by an interview with Maja Hoffmann of the LUMA Foundation, a folio of interior strategies and patterns, and a conversation among members of Harvard’s architecture faculty about the processes and challenges of conceiving interior space in their own work. With contributions by Mark Wigley, Penelope Dean, Alice Friedman, Peter Sloterdijk, Moshen Mostafavi, Irene Sunwoo, and more.
|240 p, ills colour & bw, 22 x 31 cm, pb, English