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Studio Twenty Seven Architecture is publishing bi-annual pamphlets of architectural thought

Process—————17 January 2011

In the tradition of the Federalist Papers, these pamphlets will contain theses and arguments espousing a particular point of view.  The pamphlets will each have unique topics and include thoughts and essays on architectural practice of today.  Entitled "Fragments," the series will discuss themes such as the quality of light and its interaction with materials, the significance and motivation of drawing, and the use of design competitions to refine architectural vision.  The first pamphlet will explain the meaning behind "Fragments," offering thoughts on the architectural variety of meaning, memory, allusion and ambiguity.

In a soft cover format six by seven inches in width and height, each pamphlet will be about a dozen pages long.

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