Harlem Studio, Mart 125, features the Edward P. Bass Visiting Distinguished Architecture Fellowship with developer Jonathan Rose and with Kahn Visiting Assistant Professors, Sara Caples and Everardo Jefferson who set the students on the task to design a new building across from the Apollo Theatre on 125th Street in Harlem. The students designed a sustainable mixed-use residential and cultural building, with housing for retired jazz musicians, restaurants, and media spaces on the last city-owned parcel. The studio questioned issues of cultural representation versus the mutability of the site’s ethnic anchorings and the viability of mixing uses. The book features interviews with the studio teaching team and those on the studio juries including Robert A. M. Stern, Alexander Garvin, and Vincent Chang discussing issues of design in a charged urban context. The book was edited by Nina Rappaport and Jenny Kim (’16). It was designed by MGMT.Design and distributed by Actar.