In his third publication, The Public Interior as Idea and Project, noted author, artist and architectural designer Mark Pimlott demonstrates how public interior environments are inscribed with cultural ideas across time. Assembled from his lecture series The Architecture of the Interior, at the Delft University of Technology, Holland, Pimlott presents over 200 illustrations organized according to six themes: Palace, Garden, Ruin, Shed, Network and Machine. He explores through the examples included in this volume the canon of the ideas consciously or unconsciously embedded in them. Mark Pimlott’s practice encompasses installation, photography, film, art for public spaces and architecture, with a focus on interiors. He has taught architecture and visual arts since 1986 and is now based out of TU Delft.
6 3/4 x 9 1/2 inches / 176 pp / 150 b&w and 30 color
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DELFT UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, THE NETHERLANDS