作者のベン・ニコルスン Ben Nicholson 氏は、大学で建築を教えている先生です。
Ben Nicholson is an associate professor at SAIC in Chicago. He has been a guest professor at the Bartlett, SCI-Arc, the Royal Danish Academy, University of Edinburgh, University of Michigan, and the University of Houston, and was a fellow at the Chicago Institute for Architecture and Urbanism. His publications include: The Appliance House, Thinking the Unthinkable House, and a satire The World Who Wants It? He has exhibited at the Canadian Center of Architecture, the Cartier Foundation, the Whitney Museum, and three times at the Venice Biennale of Architecture.
Currently living in New Harmony, Indiana, Nicholson sorts through issues of rural and urban life in America ― from urban agriculture to gun culture. His work on hyper-minimalist architectural plans resulted in 200 hand-drawn labyrinths exhibited at the 2008 Venice Biennale of Architecture. He contributed to the book Ineffable Architecture (2009), and to AD Architectures of the Near Future (2009).
Nicholson was educated at the AA, Cooper Union, and Cranbrook. He was born in Britain.
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