CITY OF GOD

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Version House, 23 set 2014 - 69 pagine
CITY OF GOD is a book of poems by Harry Burke and architectural renderings by Alessandro Bava. The poems are a response to architecture which illustrates an imagined mega-church and monastery for a post-bankruptcy Detroit.

Each drawing is like a poem, and each poem is like a space in which you can live. Each reading is like a confession. Together they build a city of belief, a City of God.

CITY OF GOD includes a foreword by Luna Miguel and an introduction by Pier Vittorio Aureli.

Harry Burke is a writer based in London. He has edited the poetry anthology I Love Roses When They’re Past Their Best (Test Centre, 2014).

Alessandro Bava is the director of Bava and Sons, an architecture office based in London. He is also the editor of the ecology zine ECOCORE, and curator of the AIRBNB Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2014.
 

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