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The High Life By Philip Baraldi, Stephanie Lin, Frank Guittard
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High Life is a five million square foot residential development proposed for the Tseun Kwan O area of Hong Kong. Tseun Kwan O, or TKO, is a rapidly growing neighborhood composed almost entirely of... More > projects of similar scale and program. Like its neighbors, High Life contains over four thousand residential units combined with shopping, entertainment and recreation amenities. But while the typical development model's rigid segregation of private and public components engenders orderly, bland bedroom communities, High Life is designed to function like a microcosm of the city. Dynamically organized program elements and non-hierarchical circulation networks exploit opportunities for varied interaction and urban vitality. This book presents the project through color diagrams, renderings, model photos and text.< Less
The High Life By Philip Baraldi, Stephanie Lin, Frank Guittard
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High Life is a five million square foot residential development proposed for the Tseun Kwan O area of Hong Kong. Tseun Kwan O, or TKO, is a rapidly growing neighborhood composed almost entirely of... More > projects of similar scale and program. Like its neighbors, High Life contains over four thousand residential units combined with shopping, entertainment and recreation amenities. But while the typical development model's rigid segregation of private and public components engenders orderly, bland bedroom communities, High Life is designed to function like a microcosm of the city. Dynamically organized program elements and non-hierarchical circulation networks exploit opportunities for varied interaction and urban vitality. This book presents the project through color diagrams, renderings, model photos and text.< Less
Kartika Review | Issue 07, Spring 2010 By Christine Lee Zilka et al.
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Kartika Review, Issue 7, Spring 2010. See: www.kartikareview.com. In This Issue. J. A. Pak, Peter Tieryas Liu, Victor Luo, Vuong Quoc Vu, Eugenia Leigh, Barbara Jane Reyes, Aimee Suzara, Amanda... More > Griffith, Thai Le Nguyen, Michael S. Janairo, Tasha Matsumoto, and Josh Stenberg. Author Interview: Ed Lin, author of Snakes Can't Run (2010); This Is A Bust (2007); Waylaid (2002). MEDITATIONS ON HOME, essays by established APA voices, Elmaz Abinader, Peter Bacho, Alexander Chee, Justin Chin, Tess Gerritsen, Porochista Khakpour, Don Lee, Min Jin Lee, Yiyun Li, Ed Lin, David Mura, Shawna Yang Ryan, Lac Su, Kelly Zen-Yie Tsai, Thrity Umrigar, Sung J. Woo, and Bryan Thao Worra.< Less
Mouscar By Bill Holbrook
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2012 finds the cast of “Kevin & Kell” racing for various checkered flags. While Aby finds romance in the mazes of MOUSCAR competitions, Kell is in a race of her own as she tries to... More > change the corporate culture of Herd Thinners, Inc. before time runs outs on her CEO grace period. Rudy and his new Easter Bunny apprentice Wendell Luckyfoot sprint to deliver the eggs despite encountering one that actually hatches. During the summer, Coney and Lin adopt disguises to visit Wendell at Herbivore Camp to avoid being caught by camp counsellors. Rudy’s autumn adversary is Kevin as they try to out-garden one another. A seemingly non-contentious performance of “West Habitat Story” turns into a clash of male egos. Other competitions include a Camouflage pageant, and Kell going on the predator-themed radio quiz show, “Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me.” On your mark, get set...< Less
Mouscar By Bill Holbrook
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2012 finds the cast of “Kevin & Kell” racing for various checkered flags. While Aby finds romance in the mazes of MOUSCAR competitions, Kell is in a race of her own as she tries to... More > change the corporate culture of Herd Thinners, Inc. before time runs outs on her CEO grace period. Rudy and his new Easter Bunny apprentice Wendell Luckyfoot sprint to deliver the eggs despite encountering one that actually hatches. During the summer, Coney and Lin adopt disguises to visit Wendell at Herbivore Camp to avoid being caught by camp counsellors. Rudy’s autumn adversary is Kevin as they try to out-garden one another. A seemingly non-contentious performance of “West Habitat Story” turns into a clash of male egos. Other competitions include a Camouflage pageant, and Kell going on the predator-themed radio quiz show, “Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me.” On your mark, get set...< Less
Hoofbeats By Bill Holbrook
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R achel Einhorn and Joan Hoof ask Lindesfarne to officiate their nuptials in this, the 21st collection of “Kevin & Kell” strips. Lindesfarne agrees, not knowing it will lead to a... More > side career as counsellor for the entire plant kingdom. In non-matrimonial events, Caniche has to avoid her murderous former employers by seeking refuge with the Dewclaws. Easter drama ensues. Coney and Lin change their fur patterns, while Lindesfarne and Fenton attend an unusual Renaissance Faire. Kell and her colleague Frank have a weight loss competition. Summer brings the annual trip to camp for Coney and her friends; this being more eventful than most with Wendell and Coney swapping identities. Add Francis’s human cleverness, and stir. The new herbivore preschool starts in the autumn, as Rachel is hired for the unenviable task of overseeing Wendell.< Less