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Bridges by Steven Holl1
Stairwells by Livio Dimitriu4
The Alphabetical City by Steven Holl5
Einstein Tomb by Lebbeus Woods6
Bridge of houses by Steven Holl7
Rural and Urban House Types by Steven Holl9
Hybrid Buildings by Joseph Fenton11
Building; Machines by ed. Robert McCarter12
Edge of a City by Steven Holl13
Mosquitoes: A Handbook for Survival by T. Krueger14
War and Architecture by Lebbeus Woods15
Architecture as a Translation of Music by Elizabeth Martin16
Small Buildings by Mike Cadwell17
Pamphlet Architecture 19: Reading Drawing Building by Michael Silver19
Pamphlet Architecture 20: Seven Partly Underground Rooms and Buildings for Water, Ice, and Midgets by Mary-Ann Ray20
Situation Normal by Paul Lewis21
Other Plans: University of Chicago Studies, 1998-2000 by Michael Sorkin22
Move: Sites of Trauma by Johanna Saleh Dickson23
Some Among Them Are Killers: Unmanaged Landscapes for Non-U.S. Military and Government Users by David Ross24
Gravity by James Cathcart25
Pamphlet Architecture 26: Thirteen Projects for the Sheridan Expressway by Jonathan D. Solomon26
Tooling by Benjamin Aranda27
Augmented Landscapes by Smout Allen28
Ambiguous spaces: NaJa & deOstos by Nannette Jackowski29
Pamphlet Architecture 30: Coupling: Strategies for Infrastructural Opportunism by Mason White30
Pamphlet Architecture 31 by Steven Holl31
Resilience by James A. Craig32
Islands and Atolls by Luis Callejas33
Fathoming the Unfathomable by Nat Chard34
Pamphlet Architecture 1-10 by Steven Holl1-10

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