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Log 34 by Cynthia Davidson
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Log 34

by Cynthia Davidson

Series: Log (34)

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0990735222, Paperback)

Why would an architecture journal devote an entire issue to thinking about food? Log 34: The Food Issue explores food in its many aspects and reveals a boundless realm of contemporary cultural production. In this Spring/Summer 2015 issue, contributions from inside and outside the worlds of food and architecture -- from chefs and architects to artists, critics, entrepreneurs, lawyers, and eaters -- highlight the many parallels between cuisine and architecture (beyond the basic needs for food and shelter) and demonstrate that food is everywhere and in everything. Guest edited by Jan A man and Savinien Caracostea of AtelierSlice, Log 34 features renowned chefs, including Ferran Adria , Dan Barber, Massimo Bottura, Magnus Nilsson, Jacques Pepin, and Christina Tosi, as well as critically acclaimed artists like Carsten Holler, Tobias Rehberger, and Rirkrit Tiravanija.

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