306090 Vol. 09 Regarding Public Space

Eds., Clare Lyster and Cecilia Benites

New York: Princeton Architectural Press, October 2005

306090 _09 focuses on the materialization of contemporary public space through a framework that highlights how its conception, production, aesthetics, appropriation, identity and dissemination perpetuates its existence in the neo-liberal order, measured through pragmatic and utopian practice. The book is organized into 4 zones that each focus on a different topic. Contributions by Catherine Seavitt, Charles Waldheim, Lola Sheppard, Mason White, Chris Reed, Claudio Vekstein, Jose Maria Jauregui and Christine Tarkowski among others. Graphic Design by Jeff Ponitz and Veronica Belsuzzari.

Clare Lyster Urbanism and Architecture (CLUAA) 2023 — Chicago, Illinois