Astute readers of art theory will recognize the title of this book, which refers to Rosalind Krauss's seminal essay, "Sculpture in the Expanded Field." In this image-drenched book, Berman and Burnham explore art/architecture installation practices through various disciplines: architecture, interiors, sculpture, and landscape. Culled from their 2012 exhibition, Architecture in the Expanded Field, the book presents 65 projects organized into 12 chapters: constructed landscapes, tectonic structures, spatial distortions, earthworks/land art, etc. The selection of projects is solid and the presentation is aided greatly by drawings that imbue even the most artistic projects with architectural qualities.
Reviewed by John Hill from A Daily Dose of Architecture: http://archidose.blogspot.com/2016/07/book-briefs-26.html