Peter Eisenman, et al, Oppositions 23 (Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 1981).
Hajime Yatsuka:
Architecture in the Urban Desert: A Critical Introduction to Japanese Architecture After Modernism
Francesco Dal Co:
Notes Concerning the Phenomenology of the Limits of Architecture
Stanford Anderson:
Modern Architecture and Industry: Peter Behrens and the AEG Factories
Jean-Louis Cohen:
Le Corbusier and the Mystique of the U.S.S.R.
S. Fredrick Starr:
Le Corbusier and the U.S.S.R.: New Documentation
Ignacio Sola-Morales:
Critical Discipline

Pierluigi Nicolin, 28 Lotus International (Milan: Gruppo Editoriale Electa, 1981).
Romanesque and Byzantine
Mario Botta:
A mark of profundity
Aldo van Eyck:
What is and isn't architecture
Francis Strauven:
A place of reciprocity
Pierluigi Nicolin:
The unfinished
Giandomenico Romanelli:
Venetian boatyards
Vittorio Gregotti:
Two proposals for the Giudecca, Venica
Rob Krier:
Berlin: South Friedrichstadt
Rob Krier: City divided into building plots
Heinz Hilmer, Christoph Sattler:
Rationality and search of the memory
Vittorio Magnago Lampugnari:
The jewel with al qualities
Francesco Venezia:
The medal and its reverse
Werner Oechslin:
New possibilities of distinction
Rodolfo Machado, Jorge Silvetti:
The Steps of Providence

Pierluigi Nicolin, 30 Lotus International (Milan: Gruppo Editoriale Electa, 1981).
Great thinking machines
Kenneth Woodbridge:
Oconographic variations
Monique Mosser:
The introduction of the picturesque into the city
Gianni Venturi:
The landscape garden
Manilo Brusatin:
The Prato della valle
Maria Luisa Marceca:
Reservoir, circulation, reside
Hartwig Schmidt:
Plans of embellishment
Alessandra Ponte:
Civic art or applied sociology?
Arnalda Venier:
Milk, meadow, water, brick
Marco De Michelis:
The red and the green
Loduvica Scarpa:
Quantifying parkland
Inge Maass:
People's parks in Germany

Pierluigi Nicolin, 31 Lotus International (Milan: Gruppo Editoriale Electa, 1981).
The architectural tree
Werner Oechslin:
Architecture and Nature
Gerd Neumann:
Callimachus 1981
Johann Kräfter:
The tree and architecture
Adolfo Natilini:
Four descriptions
Fabio Reinhart, Bruno Reichlin:
Garden at Biasca
Mario Botta:
The tree as exception
Franco Purini:
The impossibility of the garden
Diana Agrest, Mario Gandelsonas:
Les Echelles
Francesco Venzia:
Garden at Alcamo
Jurgis Baltrusaitis:
Gardens and lands of illusion
Antoine Grumbach:
Magdeburger Platz, Berlin
Christian de Portzamparc:
Châteaux d'eau
Bruno Minardi:
Alpine theatre
Leon Krier:
A proposal for the mortorway
Leon Krier:
The Berlin Tiergarten
Diana Agrest, Mario Gandelsonas:
The park of La Villette
Michael Graves:
Architecture and vegetal inclusion
Gregotti Associati:
Arrival in San Marino
O.M. Ungers:
A vertical garden
O.M. Ungers:
Homes for low energy comsumption
Adrian Stokes:
Inner itineraries
Bernard Lassus:
The serpent and the butterflies
Jean Max Albert, Arnaud Fougeras-Lavergnolle:
Transparent architecture
Bianca Tarozzi:
The gardens of Vita Sackville-West
Jean Pierre Martinon:
Les espaces corrigés
Licius Burckhardt:
The park of Karlsruhe at Kassel

Pierluigi Nicolin, 32 Lotus International (Milan: Gruppo Editoriale Electa, 1981).
Architecture and its conventions
Geoges Teyssot:
O.M. Ungers:
The dollwithin the doll
Adolfo Natilini:
Reconstruction of the Römerberg
Rafael Moneo:
Expansion of the Banco de Espana
Josef Paul Kleihues:
Restoration, expansion, reconstruction
Giorgio Grassi, Edoado Guazzoni:
The old and the new
Pierluigi Nicolin:
Alvero Siza: three plans for Kreuzberg
Bruno Reichlin, Fabio Reinhart:
Evocative passion
Aldo Rossi, Gianni Braghieri:
Brick building marked by windows
Claude-Henry Roquet:
Massimo Scolari:
The denied model
Bruno Minardi:
Ruins and rubble
Daniel Libeskind:
The deconstruction of architecture
Rem Koolhaas:
In the eye of the Panopicon
Werner Szambien:
"Regular" architecture
M. Fagiolo, A. Rinaldi:
Artifex et/aut nature

Stephen Lauf, Institute of Contemporary Art (Philadelphia: Thesis project, 1981.05.01).

Rem Koolhaas, Swimmer (painting, 1981.09.15).
On 15 September 1981 Koolhaas painted swimmer, depicting the clash between the Floating Swimming Pool and the raft of the Medusa. Unlike the finale of the Story of 1976 in which one penetrates the other, in this case they are both wrecked--another metaphor of changes happening at OMA.
Roberto Gargiani, Rem Koolhaas / OMA: The Construction of Merveilles (Oxford, UK: 2008), p. 89.

Site, Highrise of Houses (1981). See 'houses under a common roof'.




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