Into the Great Wide Open
Andreas Rumpfhuber (ed.)

Into the Great Wide Open is a book about a search for a form of practice in architecture. Practice here is understood both as a critical reflection of a status quo and its history, as well as forms of (active) intervention through designing and planning. The book is a fragmentary snapshot of an on going, constantly developing and altering process to find a place in the production and reflection of our built environment, and implicitly disputes the question: “What is to be done?”

Title: Into the Great Wide Open
Editor: Andreas Rumpfhuber
Contributions: Andreas Rumpfhuber, Francesco Marullo, Maria Giudici, John Goodbun, Elke Krasny, Matthias Moroder, Dubravka Sekulic, Christian Teckert, __ [Blankspace]
Translations: Aileen Derieg
Copy-Editing: Daniel Lacasta Fitzsimmons
Graphic design: Astrid Seme Studio
Size: 16 x 24 cm
Date: Fall 2017
ISBN: 978-84-947523-1-5
Publisher: dpr-barcelona

The publication was made possible by the Federal Chancellery of Austria.

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