Lunch 15

Thick

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The latest edition of the University of Virginia School of Architecture’s design journal, LUNCH 15 turns to the concept of Thickness and considers what possibilities lie in poché, thick description, thin assemblies, and in the many layers of the built environment…

ISBN: 978-1-957183-12-1
Binding: Hardbound
Pages: 248pp
Publication Date: November 2022
Size: 7” x 10” Portrait
World Rights: Available
 
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“Contributors explore topics that range from social networks, airports, digital representation, and art practice to the fabrication of thin concrete structures, derelict power plants, decommissioned government laboratories, mud, and more.”

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ISBN

978-1-957183-12-1

Binding

Hard Bound

Pages

248pp

Publication date

November 2022

Size

7" x 10" Portrait

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Overview

The latest edition of the University of Virginia School of Architecture’s design journal, LUNCH 15 turns to the concept of Thickness and considers what possibilities lie in poché, thick description, thin assemblies, and in the many layers of the built environment. The issue considers Thickness in four sections: “Places” navigates the ways we understand the spaces in which we live and work. “Materials” delaminates the building blocks of our world and how we know them. “Representation” traces the many forms and layers of communication through which we see or that might obscure our vision. Finally, “Relations” follows threads that bind. In a world operating between the thick and thin of it, how will your lines be drawn?

Authors

Ben Small is a Lecturer at the University of Virginia School of Architecture, where he teaches in the undergraduate and graduate studio sequence. Ben received his M.Arch from UVA in 2021, graduating with the Alpha Rho Chi Award.

Colleen Brennan
is a landscape designer with Surface 678. She received her Master of Landscape Architecture from UVA in 2021, along with the Research Excellence Award for her thesis project In the Margins of Enclosures: Producing Knowledge and Space in the Post-Plantation Landscape.

Leah A. Kahler is a landscape designer at Reed Hilderbrand and adjunct professor at the Boston Architectural College. Leah holds a Master of Landscape Architecture from UVA and Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and the Growth and Structure of Cities from Bryn Mawr College. She delights in justice-oriented storytelling in, through, and of, landscape. Her current research explores the possibilities of an abolition ecology through speculative fictions.

Other contributors
Alissa Ujie Diamond
Erin Besler & Ian Besler
Chloe Nagraj
Jonah Pruitt
Nastassja Swift
Shannon Mattern
Bjørn Sparrman
Ila Berman
Julie Larsen & Roger Hubeli
Kevan Klosterwill
Brian Davis
Katie LaRose
Charles Weak
Matthew Wilson
Vic Mantha-Blythe & Brynn Day
Garnette Cadogan & Elgin Cleckley
Thaïsa Way
Hannah Jane Brown
Samantha K. Sigmon
Aroussiak Gabrielian & Alison Hirsch

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ISBN: 978-1-957183-12-1
Binding: Hardbound
Pages: 248pp
Publication Date: November 2022
Size: 7” x 10” Portrait
World Rights: Available


Lunch 15

“Contributors explore topics that range from social networks, airports, digital representation, and art practice to the fabrication of thin concrete structures, derelict power plants, decommissioned government laboratories, mud, and more.”

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