CRITPrax is proud to present "Ecotarium: Unlimited Lifecycle Design" guided by Terreform ONE and edited by Melanie Fessel and Philip Plowright (CRITPraX Series, Volume 2).

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Work by:

Aaron Blendowski, Megan Foley, Josh Thornton, Nabil Ajami, Paige Spagnuolo, Vanessa Woods, Silvio Brunone, Hua Chai, Lauren Koziatek; Irsida Bejo, Gidaa Alamry, Ahmed Aljuhani, Miao Bai, Benjamin Chiu, Yang Ge, Zack Lennon, Nick Mighion, Gjergji Prendi, Heather Robinson; Jhana Frederiksen, Heather Woodcock, Emily Matt, Mingxue (Michelle) Huang, Futun Alhamed, Emmanuel (Manny) Rubio, Steven Romkema, John Brown, Nathaniel Ringholz, Matt Showalter; Aaron Jones, Dustin Altschul, Katherine Cahalane, Jad Chedid, Kyle Converse, Justin Lee, Hanna Matievich, Oliver Raupp, Katie Shelton, Joy Sportel, Michael Yakamovich; Threshingbird: Ross Hoekstra, Basmah Algadani, Jamie Mederer, Rachel Slagh, Thomas Apperson, John McGarry, Andrew Stone, Nicholas Strahle, Nathan Loree, Ray Embach; Anirban Adhya, Alina Chelaidite, Ramya Jangamakote, Ruth Mashni, Rachel Kowalczyk, Shany Puthiya Kunnon, Eric Meyers, Michael Kemp, Brandon Calleja, Gabriel Ramirez, Ryan Alm, Thomas Williams; Wes Taylor, Meaghan Markiewicz, Larry Carcoana, Ergys Hoxha, Rndah Baharith, Marianne Jones, Brian Keckan, Di Meng, Michael Neumann, Stephanie Kolpacke, Paul Vassos.

CRITPrax is proud to present "Inhabiting Everyday Monuments: A Critical Practice Masterclass with Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss / NAO" (CRITPraX series, Volume I). This 439 page book contains twenty four graphic novels created by eight architecture design teams gathered at Lawrence Technological University in the summer of 2014. They carry analysis and propositions for inhabitation of extraordinary post-industrial landscape between Detroit and Flint, Michigan. This masterclass re-interpretated unrealized visions of radical Western architecture from 1960’ and 1970’ amalgamated with archeology of socialist monuments from Eastern Europe built about the same time These projects are seeking contemporary aspects of inhabiting futures from the past. They are charged with ideologies that inspired them as symbols of the future and their ever dislocation of the everyday into forthcoming times. The projects drew future into the present and explored new typologies of inhabitation and their emerging monumentality.

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