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Log 3

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Fall 2004

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Contents

Benjamin Aranda, Hunger, Fear, Devotion, and Other Rules for Assembling a Flock

Pier Vittorio Aureli, Architecture and Content: Who's Afraid of the Form-Object?

Ernest Dudley Chase, The United States as Viewed by California (Very Unofficial)

Francesco Dal Co, Game, Set, Match: Koolhaas in Seattle

Kurt W. Forster, Thoughts on the Metamorphoses of Architecture

Jane Brown Gillette, [ . . . ] [" . . . "] [ . . . ], Honorary FAIA

Tyler Goss, Images of Disaster: An Interview with Melvin Charney

Charles Jencks, Toward an Iconography of the Present

Wes Jones, Postcool

Gavin Keeney, Prague, May Day 2004

Sylvia Lavin, The Newest "New" Criticism

Paula Young Lee, Heart O' The City: Mind, Body, and The Matrix

Peter Macapia, Consistency: A Conversation with Alejandro Zaera-Polo

Emmanuel Petit, Eisenman's Terragni: Distancing from Mother Stability and Father Gravitas

Deborah Richmond, Divestitures

R.E. Somol, Pass it on . . . 

Kazys Varnelis, One Thing After Another

PLUS: On Art . . . On Borders . . . On Dwelling . . . On Light . . . On Movement . . . On Observing . . . On Turbines . . . On Typography . . .