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Dimensions 30

Volume 30



2017, 192 pages, 8" x 10"


Thesis: Jiming Chen, Ava Rahimi Farab, Daniel Fougere, Ryan Goold, Stefan Klecheski, Yingjing Ma, Tommy Kyung Tae Nam, Michal Ojrzanowski, Siwei Ren, Kallie Sternburgh, Tianyi Momo Wei, Yun Yun. Research: Andrew Barkhouse, Fauzia Evanindya, Anthony Gonzalez, James Howe, Po-Jen Huang, Olivia Lu-Hill, Carlos Pompeo, Gideon Schwartzman, Yurong Wu. Wallenberg: Kati Albee, Diego Garcia Blanco, Trevor Herman Hilker, Kitae Kim. Architecture Fellows: Ashley Bigham, David Eskenazi, Cyrus Peñarroyo. Interviews with Mario Carpo, Neil M. Denari, and Paul Lewis. With a foreword by Architecture Chair Sharon Haar and a postscript by Christian Unverzagt.


Stephanie Bunt, Hannah Cane, Scott Deisher, Karl Heckman, Katie Huang, Samantha Okolita, Lucas Rigney, Sophie Ruf

Faculty Advisor

Christian Unverzagt


Dimensions 30


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