OASE #96 SOCIAL POETICS: THE ARCHITECTURE OF USE AND APPROPRIATION 2016

“From Bi-nuclear to Incre-rental”

The bi-nuclear house – a house split into two distinct zones to accommodate contrasting functions – is best known in America for its association with often luxurious East Coast custom homes from the post-war period. This essay describes Popular Architecture’s appropriation of Philip Johnson’s bi-nuclear Rockefeller Guest House for the design of rental housing in the desert terrain of Marfa, Texas. A new approach to incremental architecture has been developed out of this appropriation of the historical typology.

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THE AVERY REVIEW 13 2016

“Living (More) Complex”

According to Niklas Maak, his recent book, Living Complex: From Zombie City to the New Communal, was provoked by Deutsche Bank research asserting that the world will need about one billion new housing units in the next twenty years to meet the anticipated increase in human population and urban migration. Despite the book’s promise of a global investigation, this piece shows that et qui quide idunt enet qui consed que milibus nim endam, omnisquias etur audistion con consequis moluptatur, nullestrum et entore nostota tuscias dolupta.

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BRACKET 3: AT EXTREMES 2016

“Avant-Garde Real Estate”

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CLOG: SCI-FI 2013

“Sci-Fi R&D”

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