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‘OfficeUS Atlas’

Book Design, Data Visualization

Design for the second book in a series documenting the work of the installation at the U.S. Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale.

The single dot on Atlas represents the world. Zoom Enlarge

The single dot on Atlas represents the world.

The opening spread features a timeline placing architectural events in a global historical context. Zoom Enlarge

The opening spread features a timeline placing architectural events in a global historical context.

In many chapters, an infographic follows the chapter intro, illustrating the theme. Zoom Enlarge

In many chapters, an infographic follows the chapter intro, illustrating the theme.

The book contains a wide range of scans of original articles from architecture publications. Zoom Enlarge

The book contains a wide range of scans of original articles from architecture publications.

Office profiles feature the firm's logo, key facts and an image; a written history is also included. Zoom Enlarge 1

Office profiles feature the firm's logo, key facts and an image; a written history is also included.

The OfficeUS Repository projects are listed chronologically at the end of each chapter. Zoom Enlarge 2

The OfficeUS Repository projects are listed chronologically at the end of each chapter.

1 Office profiles feature the firm's logo, key facts and an image; a written history is also included. 2 The OfficeUS Repository projects are listed chronologically at the end of each chapter. 3 Historical article from a 1957 issue of "Bauen + Wohnen" about Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.

Historical article from a 1957 issue of Zoom Enlarge 3

Historical article from a 1957 issue of "Bauen + Wohnen" about Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.

An infographic about attacks on U.S. embassies shows trends in location vs. chronology. Zoom Enlarge

An infographic about attacks on U.S. embassies shows trends in location vs. chronology.

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