This book records the process of fabricating an architecture derived from what we cannot see. Through scale, a hallucination distinguishes the immeasurable homogenous landscape above the Arctic Circle. Invisible electromagnetic phenomena confront the limits of the body to establish a scalar threshold with the celestial. This is not an inhabitable site-specific architecture; rather, it is translatable — existing outside the realm of building as an architecture about architecture.
Publisher: Springer Verlag, Vienna.
Research Institute for Experimental Architecture, Bern, New York City.
Editor: Lebbeus Woods