Month: November 2016

Exploring Our Collective Relationship to the Expansive and Remote National Landscapes

Exploring Our Collective Relationship to the Expansive and Remote National Landscapes  Lateral Office Making Camp Camping is both locative practice and timeless process. —Charlie Hailey, Campsite (2008) A foundational myth of North America is our collective relationship to the expansive, often rugged, and remote national […]

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Initiating Imaginative Leaps

Initiating Imaginative Leaps Supercontext Architecture Studio Interview Who Influences you graphically? Our principal influences come from architects, artists and films where there is a “flattened” approach to composition, as opposed to one that artificially creates drama through exaggerated or multi-point perspectives. We also take inspiration […]

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