Living + Dying INBETWEEN

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By creating an innovative spectrum of multiple realities, the book defines the tools for architecture working in the 21st century…
 

ISBN: 978-1-954081-78-9
Binding: Hardbound
Pages: 420pp
Publication Date: April 2023
Size: 8” x 10” Portrait
World Rights: Available
 
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Overview

Reality isn’t what is used to be. As the world moves increasingly from the real to the virtual, the question emerges, who do we want to be as humans? The amount of time spent on devices is taking more of our time from the real world as we ‘fast forward’ to the virtual future. As we transform our work, play, living, education, and retail lifestyle, so too must architecture react and redefine the very nature of our public and private spaces. The challenge of our time is to learn to navigate INbetween these multiple realities on the spectrum between the real and the virtual world. As we progressively accept the technological advances in medicine that enhance our bodies, society will also begin to accept moving into the experiential, three-dimensional space of the virtual METAVERSE. This book presents a three-year exploration, research, and case studies for expanding the tools of architecture for creating within this new reality for Living + Dying INbetween the Real and the Virtual World.

Authors

Peter Jay Zweig, FAIA, is a Professor and Curator of International Exhibitions at the Gerald. D Hines College of Architecture + Design at the University of Houston. He is principal of the award-winning Peter Jay Zweig Architects, which has won three international, twenty-six national, and sixteen regional awards with architectural projects on five continents. He has authored numerous books, including: Risky Habit(at), Living + Dying InBetween the Real + the Virtual (2022), City of Refugees: A Search for Utopia (co-author Gail Borden), A History of the Future, and Houston: A Genetic City (co-author Jason Logan + Matthew Johnson). As an architect, professor, inventor, author, furniture designer, curator, exhibition designer, and theoretician his work has focused on architectural experimentation and future scenarios. He has received domestic and worldwide patents for innovative building systems, including: composite foam construction (1997) and concrete spray monocoque structures (2000). He has been curator of the COAD 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale Collateral Event selected by Rem Koolhaas at Fundamentals, winning first place in the world for Collateral Events at the Palazzo Bembo by the GAAF + European Cultural Centre representing the University of Houston Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture + Design, was one of five US architecture firms (BPZ) selected to exhibit at the 2010 Guangzhou Biennale in Korea, was curator of the exhibition, “What Could Have Been”, which travelled to ten museum venues throughout the US, including: The Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, the Atlanta High Museum, and the Art Institute of Chicago, and has exhibited architectural projects in major museums throughout the US and Europe.

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FIRM AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
Fellow of the American Institute of Architects: 1992
PJZA Architects: Twenty-six national, three international, and 16 regional awards.
Distinquished Faculty Award: 2015. University of Houston
Venice Architecture Biennale: 2014 First Place Collateral Exhibition by GAAF (U of H)
Houston American Institute of Architects: 2008 Honor Award
Gwangju Biennale: South Korea (one of five firms selected from the US)
Lumen West Lighting Award: First Place Award.
Texas Society of Architects Award
American Institute of Architects
French Architects Award: FACE French Consulate. 2005.

Additional Info

ISBN: 978-1-954081-78-9
Extent: 420pp text + ends + case + jacket
Size: 8” x 10” Portrait
Text: 4c x 4c on 157gsm matt art paper
Ends: 4c x 4c on 200gsm matt art paper
Case: 4c + 1/s matt lmaination x 0c over 3.5mm boards, spot gloss UV
Jacket: Jacket with 2c screen printing on plastic/acetate, scored at the spine and double-scored at the flaps

Section sewn, square backed, fully cased in, head & tail bands, individually shrink-wrapped
World Rights: Available


Living + Dying INBETWEEN

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Asia - Singapore & China
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Tel: +(86) 755-84556863

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USA - San Francisco Bay Area
Tel: +1(415) 883-3300
USA - New York
Tel: +1(646) 322-2466
Asia - Singapore & China
Tel: +(65) 9068-1860
Tel: +(86) 755-84556863

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