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.