nonzero\architecture | Peter Grueneisen FAIA | Our Second Monograph, ‘Where Dreams Are Born’ is Now Available
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Our Second Monograph, ‘Where Dreams Are Born’ is Now Available

This is the second monograph of the Los Angeles-based practice nonzero\architecture (originally founded as studio bau:ton), whose architectural work is rooted in a constant attempt to encourage imagination and creativity. It includes residential, commercial and public projects, as well as buildings for media production and for the arts.

Edited by Michael Webb, it features an introduction by Sam Lubell and conversations with clients Hans Zimmer, Bruce Botnick, Brian Riordan and Paul Lieberstein, as well as with Thomas Small, David Goggin and architect Craig Hodgetts.

Photography by Julius Shulman, Juergen Nogai, Edward Colver, Taiyo Watanabe et al.

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