House Is A House Is A House Is A House: Architectures And Collaborations Of Johnston Marklee
- Spectacular architecture
- Interviews with invited guests and collaboration with photographic artists
This book brings together the work of the Los Angeles based architectural workshop Johnston Marklee since its founding in 1998 for the first time. Unified by a conceptual approach to each project, the firm's work is recognized internationally for its engagement with contemporary art practices while being deeply rooted in the history and foundations of the discipline. Reflecting on Johnston Marklee’s design process in drawing upon an extensive network of collaborators in related fields, the book is structured along seven conversations and seven artist interpretations of Johnston Marklee’s buildings and projects. A comprehensive list of work illustrated with small photographs and diagrams will conclude this very first monograph.
* > Mark Lee is a graduate of the University of Southern California and earned his second architectural degree at the Harvard Design School. He is a founder and Principal of Johnston Marklee. His expertise and immersion in both historical and contemporary construction methods and building practices has contributed to an award-winning internationally exhibited body of work. Sharon Johnson is a graduate of Stanford University where she earned a B.A. in History & Art History. She earned her architectural degree at Harvard Design School. She is a founder and Principal of Johnston Marklee. She works with artists, fabricators, and consulting engineers to customize and integrate formal, material, and component- building systems into distinctive architectural solutions. Reto Geiser studied architecture at ETH Zurich and Columbia University in New York, and holds a PhD in the history and theory of architecture from ETH Zurich. He had a range of teaching engagements, currently he holds a Wortham Assistant Professorship at the Rice School of Architecture. In 2008, he curated Switzerland’s official contribution to the 11th Venice Architecture Biennale.
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