DESIGN QUARTERLY #78/79 - a Special Double Issue on 'Conceptual Architecture' (Minneapolis, MN: The Walker Art Center, 1970).
DESIGN QUARTERLY #78/79 - a Special Double Issue on 'Conceptual Architecture' (Minneapolis, MN: The Walker Art Center, 1970).
DESIGN QUARTERLY #78/79 - a Special Double Issue on 'Conceptual Architecture' (Minneapolis, MN: The Walker Art Center, 1970).
DESIGN QUARTERLY #78/79 - a Special Double Issue on 'Conceptual Architecture' (Minneapolis, MN: The Walker Art Center, 1970).
DESIGN QUARTERLY #78/79 - a Special Double Issue on 'Conceptual Architecture' (Minneapolis, MN: The Walker Art Center, 1970).
DESIGN QUARTERLY #78/79 - a Special Double Issue on 'Conceptual Architecture' (Minneapolis, MN: The Walker Art Center, 1970).
DESIGN QUARTERLY #78/79 - a Special Double Issue on 'Conceptual Architecture' (Minneapolis, MN: The Walker Art Center, 1970).
DESIGN QUARTERLY #78/79 - a Special Double Issue on 'Conceptual Architecture' (Minneapolis, MN: The Walker Art Center, 1970).
DESIGN QUARTERLY #78/79 - a Special Double Issue on 'Conceptual Architecture' (Minneapolis, MN: The Walker Art Center, 1970).
DESIGN QUARTERLY #78/79 - a Special Double Issue on 'Conceptual Architecture' (Minneapolis, MN: The Walker Art Center, 1970).
DESIGN QUARTERLY #78/79 - a Special Double Issue on 'Conceptual Architecture' (Minneapolis, MN: The Walker Art Center, 1970).
DESIGN QUARTERLY #78/79 - a Special Double Issue on 'Conceptual Architecture' (Minneapolis, MN: The Walker Art Center, 1970).
DESIGN QUARTERLY #78/79 - a Special Double Issue on 'Conceptual Architecture' (Minneapolis, MN: The Walker Art Center, 1970).
DESIGN QUARTERLY #78/79 - a Special Double Issue on 'Conceptual Architecture' (Minneapolis, MN: The Walker Art Center, 1970).

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DESIGN QUARTERLY #78/79 - a Special Double Issue on 'Conceptual Architecture' (Minneapolis, MN: The Walker Art Center, 1970).

4to. Wrps., 68pp. + perforated page of mail-in subscription cards. Ed. Mildred Friedman; conceived and guest edited by John Margolies, whose (re-edited) invitation letter to the various participants is reproduced in black and red typewriter fonts on the front cover.

The contributors, each of which provide their own biographies and all of whom were given "total freedom" to design their own submission, include Peter Eisenman ("Notes On Conceptual Architecture: Towards a Definition" [an essay on conceptual architecture in which the only texts are the footnotes]); Ant Farm (featuring their 'Inflatocookbook'); Archigram ("Instant City"); Archizoom ("No-Stop City Residential Park and Climatic Universal System"); Francois Dallegret ("Have a Ball!"); Haus-Rucker-Company ("Vanilla Future Eatable Architecture"); Craig Hodgetts and Peter de Bretteville ("City Peace I" and "House Peace I"); Les Levine ("Red Tape"); ONYX; Ed Ruscha (the first and only appearance of his series of photographs, "Five 1965 Girlfriends", [incl. author/artist, Eve Babitz]); Superstudio; Tony Smith ("Project for a Parking Lot"); and a section documenting the Minneapolis conference, "Hennepin: The Future of an Avenue".

Wrappers lightly rubbed and faintly spotted, o/w a tight, Very Good plus copy of one of Design Quarterly's most important issues, published during the height of the Conceptual Art movement.

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