MAS Context Boundary featured in ArchDaily

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Our latest issue, Boundary, has been featured on ArchDaily. Here is the introduction from the feature written by Irina Vinnitskaya:

 

“The new issue of MAS Context, a quarterly publication released by MAS Studio, explores the actual and perceived divisions of space. MAS Context #17: Boundary contains varying discussions of urban development, forced and naturally occurring segregation, the politics of such separations and ultimately, breaking the boundaries that frame our engagement. Of particular interest in this issue is the philosophical divisions between designers and non-designers and the specialized world that architecture school and the architectural profession construct to define themselves. Through a series of essays, projects, personal accounts and photographs, MAS Context crafts an argument around the boundaries exist in our built and un-built environment – and ways in which we choose to transgress them.”

 

You can check the full feature on their website. Thank you very much to Irina Vinnitskaya and David Basulto for sharing our issue with the ArchDaily readers!

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