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Holder and Kulper write about 48 Characters

Assistant Professor Andrew Holder’s project, 48 Characters, exhibited in winter 2011 at Taubman College as his fellowship research, is the subject of his recent article in Pidgin 16 (November 2013), "The Stories Bricks Tell Themselves." Pidgin is the research journal of Princeton University. The essays in this issue are devoted to fiction in architecture and design.

Amy Kulper, Assistant Professor of Architecture, published an article, "Out of Character," about the 48 Characters project in Log magazine (#31, Spr/Sum 2014). Her article, part of a group that explored the theme “New Ancients,” discussed the concept of the “physical historian,” through the improbable pairing of Robert A. M. Stern’s American Dream House (1994) and Holder’s project to represent the debate on the ways contemporary architectural practices reference history differently.

Jul 10, 2014

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