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Diller + Scofidio (+ Renfro) : The Ciliary Function: Works and Projects 1979-2007

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The ciliary muscle reproduces the effect of a lens and allows the eye to focus or blur vision. The ciliary muscle became the emblem of the critical vision that Diller + Scofidio (+ Renfro) had of their heterogeneous fields of research and experimentation. Their interdisciplinary projects range from objects, installations and performances to media and architecture. In recent years they have expanded - with a third partner joining their studio - to embrace projects on an urban scale. "Diller + Scofidio (+ Renfro): The Ciliary Function" covers their development documenting about twenty works, from the earliest to the most recent and includes essays investigating the studio's context, influences and strategies, some interviews with the architects, and a scheme showing the evolution and growth of the studio from 1979 to today.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 232 pages
  • 248.92 x 281.94 x 27.94mm | 1,700.96g
  • SKIRA
  • Milan, Italy
  • English
  • 320 illustrations, 270 in colour
  • 8861300677
  • 9788861300675
  • 676,277

About Guido Incerti

Guido Incerti is an architect based in Venice. Daria Ricchi, based in Florence, is a critic and journalist specializing in contemporary architecture. She has recently published a monograph on the work of Mecanoo. Deane Simpson is an architect based in New York and Zurich, and a former associated of Diller+Scofidio. Simpson teaches design at the ETH of Zurich.show more

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