Hardcover, 9" x 1", 280 pages
"Architects are not building temporary housing because we are too busy building for privileged people. I’m not saying I’m against building monuments, but I’m thinking we can work more for the public.” - Shigeru Ban, Pritzker Prize, 2014. This important study to collect, catalog, and examine Shigeru Ban's architectural responses to disaster relief. Essays and discussions, drawings in the artist's hand, instruction manuals, diverse photographs, and a timeline and map, an essential compendium of Ban's work.