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Dimensions 29

Volume 29


2016, 208 pages, 8" x 10"


Thesis: Brian Barber, Rebecca Braun, Alexandra Chen, Sean Soo Hyuk Choi, Joseph Donelko Jr, Kevin Gurtowsky, Michelangelo Latona, Andy Lin, Yojairo Lomeli, Jennifer Ng, Yunzhi Ou, Tyler Smith, Robyn Wolochow. Wallenberg Studio: Genevieve Doman, Tyler Suomala, Yurong Wu. Architecture Fellows: Jaffer Kolb, Ana Morcillo Pallarés, James Michael Tate. Interviews with Jean-Louis Cohen, Peter Eisenman, MOS. Venice Biennale foreword by Mónica Ponce de León and an afterword by Robert Fishman. Venice Biennale interviews with Stan Allen, Marshall Brown, Pita & Bloom. With a foreword by Architecture Chair Sharon Haar and a postscript by Christian Unverzagt.


Yezi Dai, Brooke Dexter, Michal Ojrzanowski, Gideon Schwartzman, David Shellabarger, Adam Wilbanks, John Yoon.

Faculty Advisor

Christian Unverzagt


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