Luis M. Mansilla and Emil Tuñon: From Rules to Constraints
Client—Princeton University School of Architecture
Production—Regal Printing, Hong Kong
Publisher—Lars Müller Publishers
165 by 240 mm, 276 pages, lay flat binding
Edited by Giancarlo Valle and published by Lars Müller Publishers with Princeton School of Architecture, Luis M. Mansilla and Emil Tuñon: From Rules to Constraints is organized by the scales at which each of the three architecture studios they taught were given: the domestic (Farnsworth House), the institutional (the Royal Collections in Madrid) and the city (La Gran Via in Madrid). This book encompasses the M+T approach to architecture design and education. In addition to projects by Mansilla + Tuñon and their students, there are image essays by noted photographers Dean Kaufman, Luis Baylon and Luis Asin, texts by Sarah Whiting and Stan Allen as well as the last interview given by Luis M. Mansilla.