After the Manifesto
After the Manifesto

With contributions by Craig Buckley, Felicity Scott, Anthony Vidler, Mark Wigley, José Manuel Pozo and others, After the Manifesto considers the recent resurgence of the architectural manifesto as a way of situating architecture’s past, present, and future. It is the second in a series of publications by GSAPP Books publishing academic presentations on architecture, in a portable and lightweight format. After the Manifesto features a design motif of squares, a shape that bears a history of associations with manifestos dating back to Kasimir Malevich’s Black Square (1915). A Spanish edition, Tras el Manifesto, was also published.

5 × 8 inches

176 pages, softcover

2014