has 17 ratings and 0 reviews. Since the release of their best-selling monograph Opportunistic Architecture in : Intensities features twenty of the New York-based firm’s most recent built and speculative projects, ranging in scale from small installations to. Authors: Paul Lewis, Marc Tsurumaki, David J. Lewis (Princeton Architectural Press, ). LTL are back with a new collection of their.
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Rotting marked it as to-read Mar 13, So as projects have expanded in scale and frequency, and moved beyond their Manhattan locale, many things have remained constant. Williams Smith rated it it was amazing Jan 13, He is forever a student at heart, consistently reading, experiencing and learning about the world lewis.tsurumski.lewis inhabits.
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More posts by Jeremy Senko. Lewis has picked up a National Design Award from the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum while continuing to produce work featuring their unique combination of programmatic wit, material fabrication, and construction. Dvc added it Apr 17, Menu Skip to content. Jessica Hester rated it it was amazing May 30, Jon rated it really liked it Jun 11, Twenty projects are in the book, about half of them built.
Wednesday, February 20, 28 in 28 Intensities presents twenty new built and speculative projects ranging from small installations to interior home and office transformations to large cultural institutions and urban renewal plans. In addition to the Arthouse, the projects given the most pages are Water Proving Lewis.tsueumaki.lewis their contribution to Intenstiies Rising Currents showthe Sullivan Family Student Center at the University of Wyoming the project lewis.tsurumaki.lewks anchored by a double-height topographic mural of the state, echoed in their office design for The Open Planning Project, which features shelving in the shape of Manhattanand the Claremont University Consortium Administrative Campus Center another renovation, one that illustrates how their skill with small interiors lewis.tsurumaki.ledis been successfully carried to larger projects.
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Newer Post Older Post Home. Speaking as someone who read their first book, integrating these past projects more meaningfully would have strengthened the expanded philosophies which have been outlined prior.
While this could have been used powerfully to convey a new message and philosophy of the firm, or simply make a stronger connection to their earlier book, one gets the impression the two projects — as strong as they are — were included to simply increase the number of pages in the book.
Demi Fang marked it as to-read Jul 06, More specifically, he recently completed his Bachelor of Interior Design at Kwantlen Polytechnic University, where he pushed the limits and the patience of his professors.
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Intensities by Paul Lewis. Aryan marked it as to-read Dec 16, Lewis.tsueumaki.lewis is effective and easy to navigate the barrage of text versus images, which contain a certain flair that only LTL seem to be able to execute with such precision. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.