This bundle includes:
Huts, Temples, Castles (€45)
‘Shows that is is possible to give space over to children that they can shape themselves, and that impressive things can come from young creativity.’ The Economist
This unpublished early series by architectural photographer Ursula Schulz-Dornburg captures improvised and imaginative structures built by children in a radical playground in 1960s Amsterdam. With an essay by architectural historian Tom Wilkinson.
Bugis Houses, Celebes (€35)
‘A fascinating piece of architectural history and insight into a disappearing culture.’ Architectural Digest DE
A sequence of luminous colour photographs of the traditional homes of the Bugis people of South Sulawesi, Indonesia, reflecting on tradition, modernity, and home-making.
Yerevan 1996/1996 (€25)
‘These images are relics of a lost modernity ... this book is a message in a bottle.’ Architectural Review
Made on trips to the Armenian captial in 1996 and ’97, these images document the remnants of Soviet architecture and the birth of a new era among them.