Princeton Architectural Press, New York, 1994, English
Nonfiction, Architecture
ISBN: 9781878271372

From the Publisher. Targeting the body as "a site of transient inscriptions, inseparable from program," Diller and Scofidio constructed Flesh, a book/project that, in their words, "maps out strategies for 'contractual space' in which architecture can perform critically within encoded spaces of privacy and publicity." The result is a dynamic publication that is not so much a book about their projects as it is a reworking of their projects. interwoven with multiple strands of text and imagery, Flesh is a new "indexical structure" that allows the reader to determine diverse paths through the document.

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