Dichotomy 21: ODDS
ODDS means finding critical links in places one has not looked before. To step outside of the ordinary, to defy the status quo, often provides the greatest reward if one is willing to take the risk. Indeed, choosing to give ODDS a home in Dichotomy proved to be a challenge. In the following pages, ODDS is a punk teenager, a super-object, a tickled image, digital intimacy. ODDS manifests itself in the seasons of urban development, in the charting of those movements, and even in the fluid geometry of a building.
Perry Kulper: SPACE ODDITIES
Paul Pettigrew: MAKING STUFF
Erika Lindsay: SPOMENIK IN FLUX
Chelsea Alexander & Krysia Bussiere: PLAIN ANOMALIES
Nathaniel Hammitt: GRAND ADJUSTMENTS
ABF-lab: SHARED ARCHITECTURE
Corrie Baldauf: DIGITAL INTIMACY
Christopher Romano: RE-FORMING MODELS OF COLLABORATION BETWEEN ACADEMIA AND MANUFACTURING
Oliver Uberti: LONDON: THE INFORMATION CAPITAL
Jadzia Gajczyk: THE TEMPORARY PHENOMENON
Mandy Ross: INVASION OF THE FOOT CARRIER
Michael den Hartog: WELCOME TO HONEYWELL!
David Parker: WHERE IS HERE?
Irina Voda: FLUID ARCHITECTURE
Elizabeth Grabowski: EVOLUTIONARY FUNCTIONALISM
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