Peter Eisenman – Moving Arrows, Eros and Other Errors

An Architecture of Absence

Peter Eisenman is a prominent American architect and educator who is known for his highly conceptual and theoretical approach to design. He was born on August 11, 1932, in Newark, New Jersey, and received his architecture degree from Cornell University in 1955.

Eisenman is particularly well-known for his deconstructivist approach to architecture, which emphasizes fragmentation, complexity, and ambiguity. His buildings tend to be characterized by complex geometries and abstract forms, and often appear more like works of sculpture or installations than conventional buildings.

Some of Eisenman’s most notable projects include the Wexner Center for the Arts at Ohio State University, the City of Culture of Galicia in Santiago de Compostela, Spain, and the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin, Germany.

In addition to his work in architecture, Eisenman is also an influential educator and theorist. He has taught at numerous institutions, including the Cooper Union, Harvard University, and Yale University, and has published a number of influential books and essays on architecture and urbanism.

Box 3 was published by The Architectural Association, London to coincide with an exhibition of Peter Eisenman’s  drawings for the 1985 Venice Biennale held at The Architectural Association, London from 19 February to 23 March 1986.The Box is a lucite (perspex?) box that holds 24 acetate sheets, 15 drawings, 9 printed text sheets. This was Box 3 of a series of elaborate limited edition publications created by the A.A., a rare and unique publication. Case is slightly damaged, with support tabs broken on one side of the case. Sheets themselves are in very good condition. A second case, including top lucite cover, also damaged in the same way, but different tabs, is included. Size 12.5″ x 12.5″ x .75 ” ISBN -0-904503-662



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