Princeton: Policy Research Inst., 2006. Item #013835
A conference sponsored by the Van AlenInst., Princeton School of Arch., and the Wilson Inst. to examine how political andeconomic forces shape competitions for public projects, and how they are realized. Also an analysis of how the American architecture competition is seen by the architect, the planner or policy maker, and the developer, with suggestions to improve the process for all three entities. Participants include Diana Balmori, Snøhetta, Sujic, Tschumi, others. First edition. 24 cm; 125 pp.; illustrated. A very good copy or better in wrappers.