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FOLIO: DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE, FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY, 2014-2015. Ed. by Henry Rueda et al. Department of Architecture, College of Architecture and The Arts, Florida International University, Miami, 2016. Distributed by ORO Editions, Novato. 236 pp. with 357 ills. (267 col.). 26 x 22 cm. ISBN 9781939621344 In English.
Publisher's description: This first edition of Folio represents a snapshot of one academic year of the Department of Architecture at Florida International University. It provides a look into the department's diversity of design, research, and creative activity. The department's mission and the value of making a book is a preoccupation of Folio. Its content reflects many student and faculty conversations and prompts real questions about who we are. Folio was made to create a physical archive of the ephemeral efforts of our department. In it, you will find student work, faculty research and essays about the life of the department and Miami. Designed as an object that occupies space, we introduce Folio into the world to celebrate the mission of our program and to establish it as the center of architectural discourse in the region. About the Editors: Henry Rueda holds a Diploma de Arquitecto from the FAU at Universidad Central de Venezuela and a M.Sc. in Advanced Architectural Design from the GSAPP at Columbia University.
Indexing: Western — United States — Post-2000 — Architecture
Plans: 73,55
Worldwide Number: 174217
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