22 x 30.5 cm
248 pages

Price: 78 lei

The 47th issue of Harvard Design Magazine is a renewed call to expand the architectural imagination to the interior. We go inside to consider the interior’s equipment and furnishings; its textures, colors, and atmospheres; its relationships with the body and the senses; and its potential to organize and influence human behavior, health, and everyday life.

Table of contents:

Taking Hold
Erika Naginski

Whatever Happened to Total Design?
Mark Wigley

The Interior as Setting
Mohsen Mostafavi

Architecture’s Inside
Mohsen Mostafavi

Dress Codes
Lois Weinthal

Curtain Wars: Architects, Decorators, and the 20th-Century Domestic Interior
Joel Sanders

FAMILIA: Corporeal Care and Affective Ties
Shannon Mattern

FAMILI: Proxy Paranoia or Technological Camaraderie

Uncanny Limbo: A New Type of Architectural Type
Sergio Lopez-Pineiro

Architecture without Content
Kersten Geers

Another Shade of Gray Space
Megan Panzano

Gray Space
Alex O’Briant

Danielle Choi

Green Chaos: The Climatron and the Enclosure of Nature
Robert Riley

Edges of Apprehending
Irene Sunwoo

How Not to Die
Jenna Sutela

Rustic Modern Contemporary
Alice Friedman

No (Popular) Place Like Home: On Global Space and Personal Taste
Jim Collins

Community Property
Penelope Dean

No Strings Attached
Penelope Dean

Pennsylvania Station’s Everlasting Ruin: On Marshall Berman’s Tales of Old New York
Edward Eigen

Notes from Underground: Plato’s Cave, Piranesi’s Prisons, and the Subway
Marshall Berman

How to Get More from More
Sylvia Lavin

Notes on More
Andrew Holder

Time’s Up
Barbara Penner

McKenzie Wark

Talking to Myself about Peter Sloterdijk Talking to Himself
John May

Spheres Theory: Talking to Myself about the Poetics of Space
Peter Sloterdijk

Islands in the Landscape: The Case of Dropbox
Mark Lee, Sharon Johnston

The Incorporation of Dissent: Bürolandschaft’s Legacy
Andreas Rumpfhuber

Michael Osman
The Temperamental Interior