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Jennifer Sigler [ed.]



Jennifer Sigler [ed.]


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Architecture / Bookazines / Series / Special offer / Theory / Urbanism



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Mick Morssink

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Book size

30 x 16.5




special offer: now only € 7.50 instead of € 15,00 [the Netherlands] € 17,50 [Europe] € 19,50 [outside Europa]

HUNCH 3 features Julius Shulman, Richard Neutra, and Henry the Dog. Live and work in Igor Kebel's Just-in-Time Infrastructure; expect an explosion in the photos of Bas Princen; sink into 3D-City with Winy Maas and Wiel Arets; x-ray Rotterdam with Berlage participants; ask Jeff Derkson why Nobody Likes You; redefine agriculture in Andrea Branzi's Weak Urbanization; read Shiuan-Wen Chu's latest Bad Architecture Story; get stuck in unfine spaces with Diego Barajas; and debate the Dutch non-debate with Rem Koolhaas.

HUNCH is a publication of the Berlage Institute, International Postgraduate Laboratory of Architecture, Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

The Berlage Institute Report focusses on the changing profession of architecture/urbanism and its intersection with contemporary culture. Hunch aims to break down boundaries between architecture and other disciplines, between popular and academic, between 'students' and professionals. It presents the research pursued at the Institute, along with special events, interviews, and the work of visiting lecturers and guest -professors.