Architecture Without Content is architecture reduced to its very perimeter. Only the economy of the envelope determines the success of the building. Its radical frugality does not make it less critical. Economy of means is the weapon of choice to express its ideology. Architecture Without Content finds its roots in the Big Box. Architecture Without Content is too big to ignore.
Edited by Kersten Geers, Joris Kritis, Jelena Pancevac, Giovanni Piovene, Dries Rodet and Andrea Zanderigo. This set of five studio reports is a re-edition of the original booklets, made to conclude each of the studios which were held between 2011 and 2013 at Columbia University, Accademia di Architettura Mendrisio, TU Graz and EPFL. Thanks to Bedford Press (London).
256 pages, 29.7 x 21 cm, paperback, Bedford Press (London).