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Log 26
Fall 2012
Log 26 draws together an array of writers who offer ideas for understanding, judging, inspiring, and making architecture. Exhibiting the countless roles and meanings conferred upon architecture concurrent with contemporary prognoses for design and theory, the Fall 2012 issue presents a discursively rich picture of the present, with critical looks at recent projects around the world, cautious and hopeful approaches to digital and open-source design, as well as abstractions, aphorisms, and literary treatments of architecture.

Brian Boigon, Wild Physics: Design at the Outskirts of Town
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Simone Brott, Modernity's Opiate, or, The Crisis of Iconic Architecture
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Mario Carpo, Digitial Darwinism: Mass Collaboration, Form-Finding, and the Dissolution of Authorship
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Cynthia Davidson, Building Scenarios: Milstein Hall
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Dogma, Field of Walls

Dora Epstein Jones, The Nonsignificance of Columns

Marko Jobst, Abstracting the Text

Wes Jones, Three Aphorisms

William O'Brien Jr., Totems

Manuel Orazi, A Conversation with Yona Friedman
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Christopher Pierce, Sleeper(s)
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Bryony Roberts, Why There's No Postmodernism 2

Ingeborg M. Rocker, Signs of Their Time: Calculated Formal Excesses of Digital Ornament, Part I
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Massimo Scolari, Representations
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Daniel Sherer, Critical and Palladian

Plus: On the water . . . On comics . . . On the Biennale . . . On urban maps . . .
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LOG 26
Fall 2012