Arrows: The Long Lines of Influence in Architecture

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    Jesse Reiser reflects on the unexpected re-emergence of craft within the disciplinary body of architecture: from Buck's Rock Work Camp in Connecticut during the summers of the 1970s, to Cranbrook Academy of Art, to the ongoing work of Reiser + Umemoto, the New York-based practice he co-founded.

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    Pages (from-to)104-111
    Number of pages8
    JournalArchitectural Design
    Issue number3
    StatePublished - May 1 2023

    All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

    • Architecture
    • Visual Arts and Performing Arts


    • Berlin Wall
    • Book of Sigils
    • Buck's Rock Work Camp
    • Cardiff Bay Opera House
    • Carl Milles
    • Daniel Libeskind
    • Edmund Husserl
    • Engendering Plate
    • Ernst and Ilse Bulova
    • Félix Guattari
    • Gilles Deleuze
    • Gregory Bateson
    • Heraclitus
    • Ibn Khaldun
    • Kabbalah
    • Kaohsiung Port Terminal
    • Marc Loftus
    • Maria Montessori
    • Maya Lin
    • National Mall
    • New Milford, Connecticut
    • Nomadology: The War Machine
    • Reiser + Umemoto
    • Rhino
    • Richard Thomas
    • Stan Allen
    • Steps to an Ecology of Mind
    • Taipei Music Center
    • Taiwan
    • Vietnam War Memorial Competition
    • Wales
    • Walls of the Second Theater
    • Washington DC
    • Wayne Felgar
    • ‘Chamberworks’ series
    • ‘Montessori Method’
    • ‘The Origin of Geometry’
    • ‘Victory Brown’ wax


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