The expression, artifacts of architectural production, refers to the objects (drawings, models, diagrams, hybrids, art works, etc) that an architect makes. This seminar examines a selection of artifacts that demonstrate diverse strategies in spatial, formal, and material experimentation by focusing on the representational practices of four architects and educators—John Hejduk, Peter Eisenman, Coy Howard, and Thom Mayne. These architects’ representational work between the 1960s and 1980s serve as the primary focus of the seminar.
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