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In 1997, twins Paul and David Lewis joined with Mark Tsurumaki to form an architectural firm in New York City called Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis (LTL). This book summarizes the first ten years of their practice. The principals of the firm live and teach in the New York City area (at Parsons, Columbia, and Princeton), also the location of most of their commissions: lofts, restaurants, parking garages, a bakery, and an occasional international competition entry. LTL is a cutting-edge firm-so much so that most of their work looks interventionist, evanescent, contingent, highly industrialized, and, in the end, temporary. This seventh installment in the "New Voices in Architecture" series is published with the support of Chicago's prestigious Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in Fine Arts. For specialized architecture libraries only.
—Peter S. Kaufman