Design et humanités numériques

B42-72

This book is only available in French. 

La Boule de pétanque

B42-86

La Boule de pétanque, premier né de la collection Typologie, prend pour point de départ cet objet en apparence parfaitement banal, mais dont l'étude révèle un contenu insoupçonné. Sa filiation avec la tradition universelle des ...

The Petanque Boule

B42-91

The Petanque Boule, first issue of Typologie, explores and examines all sides of the well known object by discussing petanque’s affiliation with the universal and ancient tradition of boule games and examining the broad range ...

Ne plus dessiner

Tome I

B42-82

B42 collaborates with Martin Szekely for this book collection dedicated to his work. Each volume will present a piece, a collection or an exhibition in order to show various aspects of Martin Szekely’s projects, with ...

Artefact, Map, Manière noire, Far

Tome II

B42-83

B42 collaborates with Martin Szekely for this book collection dedicated to his work. Each volume will present a piece, a collection or an exhibition in order to show various aspects of Martin Szekely’s projects, with ...

Construction

Tome III

B42-84

B42 collaborates with Martin Szekely for this book collection dedicated to his work. Each volume will present a piece, a collection or an exhibition in order to show various aspects of Martin Szekely’s projects, with ...

Contre-temps

De la recherche et de ses enjeux. Arts, architecture, design.

B42-81

This book is only available in French.

L'Institut de l'environnement. Une école décloisonnée.

Urbanisme, architecture, design, communication.

B42-74

This book is only available in French. 

L'idée de confort, une anthologie

Du zazen au tourisme spatial

B42-73

Sorry, this book is only available in French language.

Le confort, une discipline douce ? Tomás Maldonado pose la question dès les premières pages de cette anthologie. Les textes rassemblés ici – inédits, nouvellement traduits, dispersés ...

Le monde comme projet

B42-60

This book is only available in French.

Martin Szekely. Ne plus dessiner

B42-26

Martin Szekely declared in 1996 that his work would henceforth be guided by the mantra « draw no more », a principle of creation and procedure to which the designer remains faithful up until today ...