Labor, work and architecture (1966-1969, 1981-2008)
Part of:
  • Kenneth Frampton (archive creator)

Labor, work and architecture (1966-1969, 1981-2008)



Level of archival description:
Extent and medium:
  • Approximately 0.33 l.m of textual records
    Approximately 412 photographs and prints
    6 negatives
Scope and content:
Materials in this series relate to the writing of a published collection of essays “Labor, Work and Architecture” (2002) as well as Frampton's teaching of the seminar “Labor, work and architecture” at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Columbia University. Materials consist of photographs and prints for the publication (organized by chapter), layouts for each chapter, an original manuscript of “Labor, Work and Architecture,” reviews of the publication, and course readers for the seminar.
Reference number:


Material in this series was arranged by the creator and has been kept in its original order.
Custodial history:
  • Boxes arranged in this series were originally identified by the sticky note labelled “LWA.” Some of these boxes had the code “LWA” written directly on them with a red marker. These boxes were mainly stored in the Avery Building at Columbia University but may have also been stored at the Schermerhorn building, Columbia University and the Kolbowski’s studio in Brooklyn, New York.
Language of material:
  • English

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