The boundaries of architecture have expanded from self-reflective formal and functional space into transnational realms of social and political space. These new networks and systems have inevitably implicated architecture in questions of ethics today. Pidgin 18 is interested in these contested spaces. This issue presents appraisals, statements, methodologies, and examinations that question the ethical conditions and relations in which architecture is produced and experienced.
Pidgin is the student run publication of the Princeton School of Architecture.
Issue 18 measures 7.5" x 5", 186 p, and retails for $15.00
The publication is edited by Melissa J. Frost, Van Kluytenaar, José Meza, Gina Morrow and Nicholas Risteen
Contributors include Karla Britton, Wendy W. Fok, Andrew Frame, Anthansiou Geolas, Marta Jecu, Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, Jessica Myers, Cyrus Penarroyo, Mauricio Pezo, Sarah Rafson, Mahfuz Sultan, Hans Tursack, Shota Vashakmadze and Zigeng Wang