Published 2016 by Arts & Sciences Projects
WINDOWS is the third book in a three-part series, preceded by BLINDS and WALLS. Drawing from his history of living in a Mies van der Rohe-designed apartment building in Baltimore, Philip Tomaru conceptualizes the residential space as a container of affects, experiences, and ideas. Each book in the series focuses on a specific architectural element (blinds, walls, and windows) to draw attention to concerns related to public-private space, transparency, and the cognitive-affective phenomenology of place embedded with deep historical ties within the modernist architectural program. Each book is published using different methods, including risography, photocopy, and digital offset.
Available at Printed Matter.