re]TOKYO explores a wide, understanding vision of the transformative processes of one of the most influential and unknown metropolitan areas in the world, from large scale efforts such as Tokyo's land engineering transformations, to smaller examples such as its capital vending machine system.
The architecture firm Suyama Peterson Deguchi became known for innovative designs that draw from the rich traditions of Japanese and Northwest Contemporary architecture. This title documents the firm's pursuit of timeless and elegant design that established their reputation as one of the leading architecture firms in the Pacific Northwest.
57 Pavilions is a 21st century manual documenting architectural design research at PennDesign examining new potentials for part to whole assemblies where experiments in material expression, morphology, performance and culture fuse with advanced digital design processes and fabrication to produce fullscale architectural consequences.
This groundbreaking homeless project was organised by American Canyon's city government, for older homeless people and homeless veterans of the area. This solution-oriented book shares the inspiring story of a compassionate & humane project.