Architecture Itself and Other Postmodernization Effects — This book places material devices, such as Pantone chips,  grant applications, Xerography, and travel photography, at the forefront of a counter-narrative that recasts these informatic procedures as fundamentally architectural and as the primary of catalysts of the loose agglomeration of styles that was once called postmodernism. As an Editorial Assistant, I worked on researching and gathering visual materials and documents to support the main essay.

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