Art of Escape

Tylevich, Katya
October 2013
Mark (1574-6453);Oct/Nov2013, Issue 46, p78
Architecture Review
The article discusses the architectural design of a concrete pavilion that was designed by architect Arata isozaki in Pioneertown, California.


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