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    PIN–UP 27: FANTASY

    Architectural entertainment magazine, PIN-UP, explores the theme of FANTASY in this issue from the archive. Inside: Guggenheim curator Troy Conrad Therrien on UFOs, mushrooms, and transcendent architecture; a fairyland design editorial shot by Asger Carlsen and styled by Avena Gallagher; a special panorama section devoted to Raf Simons, WilliWear, and Issey Miyake (with a rare interview); essays on the architecture of New York nightlife and the breakthrough Cruising Pavilion exhibitions; and more!

    PIN-UP

    PIN–UP 27: FANTASY

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    PIN-UP 27

    Some more features: a 3D-rendered spiral by Shawn Maximo titled “The Real Couchwives of Leathery Hills;” an extraterrestrial take on the Vasarely Museum from Philippe Jarrigeon.

    Contributors include: Oana Stanescu, Umberto Riva, OMA, Amateur Architecture, Forensic Architecture, Eric N. Mack, Chris Kraus, Michael Anastassiades, Chen Chen & Kai Williams, Arthur Elrod, Messgewand, MOS, Sarah Ortmeyer, Al Qöyawayma, Leon Ransmeier, Charlap Hyman & Herrero, Bureau Spectacular, Anne Holtrop, Jurgen Mayer H., Ra Paulette, and many more.

    Special portfolios by Kuba Ryniewicz, Bernard Dubois, Matthieu Lavanchy, and Carlos Sáez.

    Published by FEBU publishing, 2019.

    Softcover.

    PIN–UP magazine captures an architectural spirit rather than focusing on technical details of design. In short, PIN–UP is pure architectural entertainment!

    PIN-UP 27

    Some more features: a 3D-rendered spiral by Shawn Maximo titled “The Real Couchwives of Leathery Hills;” an extraterrestrial take on the Vasarely Museum from Philippe Jarrigeon.

    Contributors include: Oana Stanescu, Umberto Riva, OMA, Amateur Architecture, Forensic Architecture, Eric N. Mack, Chris Kraus, Michael Anastassiades, Chen Chen & Kai Williams, Arthur Elrod, Messgewand, MOS, Sarah Ortmeyer, Al Qöyawayma, Leon Ransmeier, Charlap Hyman & Herrero, Bureau Spectacular, Anne Holtrop, Jurgen Mayer H., Ra Paulette, and many more.

    Special portfolios by Kuba Ryniewicz, Bernard Dubois, Matthieu Lavanchy, and Carlos Sáez.

    Published by FEBU publishing, 2019.

    Softcover.

    PIN–UP magazine captures an architectural spirit rather than focusing on technical details of design. In short, PIN–UP is pure architectural entertainment!

    Architectural entertainment magazine, PIN-UP, explores the theme of FANTASY in this issue from the archive. Inside: Guggenheim curator Troy Conrad Therrien on UFOs, mushrooms, and transcendent architecture; a fairyland design editorial shot by Asger Carlsen and styled by Avena Gallagher; a special panorama section devoted to Raf Simons, WilliWear, and Issey Miyake (with a rare interview); essays on the architecture of New York nightlife and the breakthrough Cruising Pavilion exhibitions; and more!