Cités de l’archéologie fictive: Œuvres de Peter Eisenman, 1978–1988

Publication, March 1994

This publication presents a brief analysis of eleven projects from Cities of Artificial Excavation, a series that represents a distinct phase in Peter Eisenman’s career. The booklet also contains a conversation between the architect and the critics and academics Alan Balfour, Yve-Alain Bois, Jean Louis Cohen, and K. Michael Hays.

Edited by Jean-François Bédard
Interview with Peter Eisenman by Jean-François Bédard
Conversation between Alan Balfour, Yve-Alain Bois, Jean Louis Cohen, and K. Michael Hays
Graphic design by Glenn Goluska

Published in French
Softcover, 47 pages



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