Hyperlinks: Architecture and Design
Chicago: AIC/Yale University Press, 2011
Editors: Joseph Rosa and Zoë Ryan
Modern architecture and design were long viewed as separate disciplines, until practitioners in the mid-20th century began crossing boundaries and rethinking form and function. This fluid exchange of ideas has led to innovative solutions addressing issues at the heart of contemporary life, ones that impact the environment, sustainability, technology, politics, personal wellbeing, and health and safety. This publication, accompanying the exhibition of the same name, highlights important recent developments that have resulted from the intersection of architecture and design. The projects examined in this book have been produced by an international array of individuals and studios including Juergen Mayer H., Greg Lynn, Simon Heijdens, M/M (Paris), and Matali Crasset. With essays by Joseph Rosa and Zoë Ryan.