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Selected as one of the Best Books 2013 --Gizmodo

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Will change the way you see your world 14 Nov. 2013
By Dan Bergevin - Published on Amazon.com
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This is one of those books that is so interesting to read that it becomes difficult to put it down and write a review of it. I almost want to keep it a secret how cool it is, but since everyone already knows that whatever Geoff touches turns to gold, it's not like I'm letting any particular cat out of the bag.

In my eyes this book is largely a sequel to The BLDG BLOG Book, which is by far the most interesting book on the build world ever written. Even if you disagree, you have to admit that Geoff's ability to pull together so much, and to give more leads to artists and sites and other books than anyone could ever follow, is as impressive as it gets.

There is a large section of graphics in the book which I just can't get as into as the rest of it, but the book is intended to supplement/document an exhibit, so I know I shouldn't be too picky. This aside, I have to say I love this book, and it stands as yet another testament to Geoff's curiosity and ability to observe the threads connecting virtually everything he sees and reads about, and then writing about it in ways that makes the most mundane subject absolutely compelling. Most definitely recommended.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Good read 13 Jan. 2014
By Dan Greenberg - Published on Amazon.com
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lots of cool projects. If you like the role of technology in architecture, this is cool book. Deals with installations, landscape (not landscaping) different ways of looking at site and context.
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