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Different materials are used on different planes at the Farnsworth House. Mies breaks the rule with the travertine pavers rising vertically as the backstop for the fireplace and millwork core.

Different materials are used on different planes at the Farnsworth House. Mies breaks the rule with the travertine pavers rising vertically as the backstop for the fireplace and millwork core.

Editor. The Farnsworth House. Chicago: Peter Palumbo, 1997. Print.

Graham Foundation Awardee. Chicago. 1999. 

Contributor, Open Dialogue. Oak Park: Brian Hammersley, 2003. Print. 

Chicago da Scoprire, Glamour Italia. March 2003. Print.

Speaker, Apple Store. Michigan Avenue. Chicago. November 2003. 

Ugly Über Alles, Chicago Journal. 5 October 2006. Print.

Studios Architecture: Selected and Current Works. New York: Images Publishing Group, 2006. Print and Online.

State of California Department of Health Services, Phase III Office Building, Architectural Record. January 2007. Print and Online.

 "Faculty Exhibition." Oakton Community College. Des Plaines, Illinois. 2010. 

"2D3D: Drawings in the Digital Age." Woodbury University. Los Angeles. 2011.

"Messy Mies + Massive Middle." Oakton Community College. Skokie, Illinois. 2012.

The author reached out to us after seeing our drawings at the 2D3D Show entitled Drawings in the Digital Age at Woodbury University. We had great fun talking about digital Panglossians and their analog counterparts. Dr. Pang has done a masterful job of clearly laying out the issues that previously were not so clear to me. (For example, The Thinking Hand by Juhani Pallasmaa takes the analog position.) The New Yorker published a good review of the book but you need to be a subscriber. The review in the New York Times is also quite good. Fast Company's review is here.

The author reached out to us after seeing our drawings at the 2D3D Show entitled Drawings in the Digital Age at Woodbury University. We had great fun talking about digital Panglossians and their analog counterparts. Dr. Pang has done a masterful job of clearly laying out the issues that previously were not so clear to me. (For example, The Thinking Hand by Juhani Pallasmaa takes the analog position.) The New Yorker published a good review of the book but you need to be a subscriber. The review in the New York Times is also quite good. Fast Company's review is here.

Interviewed for and Quoted in Alex Soojungkim Pang. The Distraction Addiction. New York: Hachette, 2013. Print. 

Food Truck Corral Proposed for Lincoln Park Lot at DePaul, DNAinfo. Chicago. 24 January 2014. Print and Online.

House for a Dinner Party, Marvin Windows Gallery. Online. 2014.

Vision–One of the Reasons You Hire an Architect, Midland-Frantz Construction Blog. Online. 2014.

The Tiniest Buildings of the Year, Gizmodo. Online. 2014

Coloring Between the Lines–10 Years of making ideas into form, Architecture Exhibit. Fall, 2015. Chicago.

100resilientcities.org email featuring the SuperBikeway, May 28, 2015.

From an email sent out by 100reslientcities.org

From an email sent out by 100reslientcities.org

The LightBox, Archipendium Calendar. Berlin: Kaiser Peters Wormuth GbR 2016. Print and online. 

Archipendium tear sheet, front, 16 August 2016

Archipendium tear sheet, front, 16 August 2016

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Archipendium tear sheet, back, 16 August 2016

 

“Hardworking immigrants have transformed 26th Street into the most vibrant shopping district outside of Michigan Avenue,” said Huchting. “We fear that this and other thriving neighborhoods will suffer if the wall is built.” from

http://www.architecturalrecord.com/articles/12453-border-wall-divides-profession

 

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