'Frames' is a collection of the last five years of the work of Massimiliano Fuksas. The idea behind 'Frames' is that of the fragment: the idea of understanding the work of the architect as the sum of different fragments, where the reference to digital means as the engine of possible change is relevant. So we no longer speak of fragments but of frames.
The architect evolves within a context that is not logical but unstable, on the verge. Putting order in this process means 'freezing' its contents. For this book it seemed a good idea to use a material that was neither rigid nor static as a metaphor for the context in which the architect evolves. The book is in a malleable, spongy plastic cover.
296 p., 17 x 21 cm