The latest edition of the University of Virginia’s design journal, Lunch 14 turns a critical eye to the myth of the frontier…
Binding: Soft Bound
Publication Date: Fall 2020
Rights World: Available
Size: 7″ x 10″ Portrait
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“Lunch 14 wonders what relevance remains for the field of design beyond the nostalgia and embedded power dynamics.”
7" x 10" Portrait
The latest edition of the University of Virginia’s design journal, LUNCH 14 turns a critical eye to the myth of the frontier and wonders what relevance remains for the field of design beyond the nostalgia and embedded power dynamics. Within the journal, this task is divided into four sections: Edges explores the form of the frontier, unravelling the linear border condition and investigating the spatial possibilities for intervention and interaction along its boundaries. Wilds flips the narrative around, picking apart established categorizations of wild and tame to deny their separateness. Metrics examines the reciprocal nature between our conception of the frontier and the tools we use to observe and quantify it. Finally, Culture takes on the “us” and “them” of the frontier, shifting our perception of this as a binary divide to a growing rhizomatic network of beings: where the meeting of cultures does not mean appropriation, erasure, and dominance but a hope for generative complexity.
Sam Johnson received his Master of Architecture from the University of Virginia, where he was a Dean’s Honor Teaching Fellow. His research examines notions of authenticity, community, and ownership within architecture and history, focusing on historic districts in New York, where he now lives and works.
Hutch Landfair is a recent graduate from the University of Virginia where he received his Master of Architecture and Master of Architectural History. His research exists at the intersection of history and design with a focus on collective memory within the built environment. He now lives and works in Portland, Oregon.
Sherry Ng recently graduated with a Master of Architecture from UVA, where she was awarded the AIA Henry Adams medal. Her research focuses on the decline of American suburban publics and their future possibilities. She currently lives and works in New York.
Taryn Wiens received her Master of Landscape Architecture from UVA, where she was an Olmsted Scholar and a co-leader of ManifestA, UVA’s student group for equity in design. Her research focuses on disrupting the linear design-to-construction process by directly engaging time-based land practices as a core medium of landscape design.
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