The publication presents four of American architect Peter Eisenman’s representative works that investigate his theoretical exploration of the nature of “site”, and how it informed his proposals, his built work, and his ongoing criticism of the discipline of architecture.
Edited by Jean-François Bédard
Essays by Alan Balfour, Jean-François Bédard, Yve-Alain Bois, Jean-Louis Cohen, Kurt W. Forster, K. Michael Hays, Arata Isozaki, and Fredric Jameson
Graphic design by Eleanor Morris Caponigro
Co-published with Rizzoli International Publications
Hardcover or softcover, 236 pages
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