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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Menu Skip to content. No trivia or quizzes yet. Shi Ming marked it as to-read Jul 30, 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.
The equally consistent presentation that mixes photos, drawings, and words makes the book extremely rich, indicative of their talents. Chris Beck added it Nov 26, We can see thought processes, aligning with programmatic ideation, and the true breakdown of the critical problems being posed and answered during the course of a project via their representations.
Tim Lee is currently reading it Aug 31, Twenty projects are in intensties book, about half of them built. He is forever a student at heart, consistently reading, experiencing and learning about the world he inhabits.
Frances rated it it was amazing Mar 03, Intensities presents twenty new built and speculative projects lewis.tsurumaki.lewi from small installations to interior home inteneities office transformations to large cultural institutions and urban renewal plans. 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. The project also documents LTL’s design and fabrication of mobile lounge furniture, harking back to the small Lower East Side eateries that they used to install themselves.
Jan Bludau rated it really liked it Feb 15, Rotting marked it as to-read Mar 13, Demi Fang marked it as to-read Jul 06, Want to Read saving…. Jamie rated it liked it Feb 01, On the cover is the Arthouse at the Jones Centera renovation of a very old building in Austin, Texas, for a contemporary arts space; the project also ends the book, perhaps as a lewis.ysurumaki.lewis to bookend the contents.
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The firm’s signature drawings and process shots reveal the methods behind their remarkably diverse works. 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.
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John Zacherle rated it it was amazing Mar 27, Posted by John Hill at 9: Yet even projects given only a couple pages are presented with the same attention to detail as these and others.
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Natalie Simon rated it it was amazing Apr 16, The ” 28 in 28 ” series features a different book every day of the month. Intensities by Paul Lewis. Noah Posthuma marked intfnsities as to-read Apr 04, So as projects have expanded in scale and frequency, and moved beyond their Manhattan locale, many things have remained constant.
It 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. Books by Paul Lewis. Lewis by Paul Lewis.