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23
Jun

LabLitArch feature in ArchitectureBoston magazine

“I have always marveled at the ability of great architects to envision construction in terms of pure space. Shapes, materials, and technology are all elements necessary to define emptiness — what we, the visitors, ultimately perceive.”

A feature on the Laboratory of Literary Architecture in the Summer 2014 (Volume 18 n2) issue of ArchitectureBoston, titled “Books”:

http://www.architects.org/architectureboston/articles/laboratory-literary-architecture

13
Jun

Archinect post on the Laboratory of Literary Architecture

“The writer and the architect aren’t so different from each other when you consider each one as builders of an environment, and what better way to introduce that concept than to a class of high school students.”

Another great post by Archinect on the collaboration between LabLitArch and teacher George Mayo of Montgomery Blair High School.

http://archinect.com/news/article/101654926/constructing-holden-caulfield-learning-to-build-character-through-literary-architecture