PLACES: Public Architecture
PLACES: Public Architecture by HCMA Architecture + Design
Edited by Alexandria Kenyon
Foreword by Christopher Macdonald
With contributions by Darryl Condon
Size: 10" x 10" square
208 pages, with an intertwined signature in wood-free paper + one 8-page gatefold.
Inks: CMYK + varnish on images.
Binding: hardcover, printed trade cloth with metallic hot stamping.
Published by ORO editions
PLACES: Public Architecture explores a selection of key projects by HCMA which offer insight into the firm’s specific approach to community building through public architecture. Featured projects typologies, many of which have been challenged by contemporary advancements in technology, include schools, libraries, fire halls, childcare centres, and more. Through the practice of architecture HCMA asks “what is the future of the library, of education, and of public space in an increasingly online age?"