To form by putting together parts; build; frame; devise. A complex image or idea resulting from synthesis by the mind.
Volume 25, Number 1
Khudi Bari, Marina Tabassum Architects: Photograph by City Syntax.
Concrete Plant in Easton, Pennsylvania, Turner Brooks, charcoal drawing.
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We would like to acknowledge the support of the Thomas Rutherford Trowbridge Fund; the Paul Rudolph Publication Fund; the Dean Robert A.M. Stern Fund; the Robert A.M. Stern Family Foundation for Advancement of Architectural Culture Fund; and the Nitkin Family Dean’s Discretionary Fund in Architecture.
Deborah Berke, J.M. Hoppin Professor
Phillip G. Bernstein (BA ’79, MArch ’83)
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Eeva-Liisa Pelkonen (MED ’94)
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Tong Tom Hsu (MArch ’24)
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