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NOWNESS – Publication for IIT College of Architecture — Chicago, USA / Amsterdam, The Netherlands

NOWNESS is a publication that reflects a refocused structuring and future trajectory of the IIT College of Architecture, distancing itself from the haunting legacy of its former director, Mies van der Rohe. The book includes essays, articles, and images by Erwin Olaf, Michael Wolf, and Phyllis Lambert, among others. NOWNESS was the derivation point for the institute's new identity system, with both providing relevant information on the college to current and prospective students.

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