"32 Beijing/New York" is a new "non-thematic, non-hierarchical" journal developed as a platform for critical and theoretical exchange in architecture. Its juxtaposition of illustrative and literary elements creates a multiplicity of interactions, generating broader discourse and deeper research into current architectural issues. By considering spatial ideas within a political, economic, cultural, and technological context, "32" challenges the way we read, interpret, and make architecture.

32 New York/Beijing Issue 3 2004, Princeton Architectural Press

ISBN-13: 9781568984537

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