Fellowships in Architecture focuses on the projects of Fellows working from 1960 to the present, unfettered by corporate structure and the demands of the marketplace. Rather than confining itself to one architect's viewpoint, author Monica Ponce de Leon explores a panoply of architecture and design visions through the creations of nearly 60 cutting-edge talents, with an emphasis on three of the most important. The book draws on Fellows from the University of Michigan, the Muschenheim Fellowship, the Oberdick Project Fellowship, and others. A wealth of color photographs and illustrations are included.
Fellowships in Architecture