Phillip Koski, AIA, a recent recipient of the 2007 AIA national Young Architects Award, is kind of a big deal. Recently named Citizen Koski by Linda Mack, he has been building a local reputation for years as a architect about town. Possessing a passion for historic preservation, the profession of architecture and writing, he's become a trusted source for a unique and witty perspective on architecture for the public in Minnesota, notably in articles in Architecture Minnesota like Save the Guthrie! Again (March 2057) in the Jan/Feb 2007 issue.
Anyone care to suggest an idea for a future article for Phillip? Submit below, please.
All Printing Is Political: Fredy Perlman and the Detroit Printing Co-op - The exhibition that Aubert has assembled is refreshing on at least two levels. First, it adds to the history of graphic design a seemingly unlikely contr...
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