Architects Write: Thinking about Buildings, Landscapes and Cities
June 15, 2010–August 30, 2010
Architects Write is an exhibition based on a selection of books that range from 16th century treatises to current essays on algorithmic research, and their impact on the built environment. The exhibition highlights not only the fact that architects write, but also that their writings derive in shifts (and continuities) in architectural thought that shape the urban landscapes that surround us. Writings exclusively by architects, and related to buildings, landscapes and cities are presented in chronological order.
Library Special Collections Department