Book Description Sessions examines the work of five young designers from the South California Institute of Architecture (SCI-ARC) who are having an impact on architectural practice and discourse. In each of the projects featured here, it is evidentthat software and hardware are only the beginning of the design process, and that architectural practice is, perhaps, moving on to another level of exploration. Designers George Yu, Marcelo Spina, Marta Male-Alemany, Benjamin H. Bratton, and Hernan Diaz-Alonso engage in a series of discussions with Jeff Kipnis. These discussions, or "sessions," reveal strengths and inadequacies in the works, and place emphasis on the ideas with which the designers are struggling, rather than focusing on their finished designs. Flexi-bound, 7.75 x 9.75 in./220 pgs / Illustrated throughout.
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