Essays were written specifically for the small architecture BIG LANDSCAPES show at the Swope Art Museum. They are collected, for now, at the onesmallproject.issuu site.
The essayists and their essays are:
"Symbols and Signs"
"D is for ..."
"Small and Beautiful Aren't Always Compatible, but Nearly Always"
"The Past, Present, and Future of a Shrinking City"
"Caveat Venditor" (Let the Seller Beware)
"Unsettling Settlement: Walking Though a Low-Income Neighborhood in Shanghai"
"Twenty Questions About Homelessness"
"A gecekondu-house in Ankara"
An expanded catalog of the show is in production and will include these writings, and more.
(the photo above is of a burned out apartment building in 2008, now demolished and landfilled, in Flint, Michigan)