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Bing Thom Works

October 2011

"Bing Thom Works seems to be aimed at a wider readership than most architecture books. The writing is clear, articulate and unpretentious. It avoids arcane theoretical discussion or technical details, which makes it more user-friendly for the uninitiated."

Literary Review of Canada, Oct 7, 2011
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Bing Thom Works

Bing Thom Works

July 2011
"For anyone inspired by nature, Thomís biophilic, environmentally-sustainable, and socially-conscious built sculptures are worth delving into."
The Dirt: Connecting the Built and Natural Environments, Jul 28, 2011
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Bing Thom Works

July 2011

"Beyond the traditional display of selected projects this book provides a range of essays by Bing Thom that deal with the questions he has been asking throughout his career. "What is architecture? What is the right approach to architectural design?" These essays provide a nice backdrop to the diverse range of projects presented in this monograph. It is easy to see how Bing Thom has tried to explore these questions with different scales and programs."

Arch Daily, Jul 25, 2011
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Bing Thom Works

July 2011

"[Bing Thom has] articulated his thoughts in a new book called Bing Thom Works that reaches out with seven of his projects, seeking to dissolve the boundaries between architects and artisans."

Architects + Artisans, Jul 25, 2011
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Bing Thom Works

July 2011

"The book itself is as lovely as many of Mr. Thomís projects. The photography is lush and the floorplans and elevations exquisite. The text is mostly written from the internal perspective of the Bing Thom firm and is informative when it sticks to the facts about projects.

National Post, Jul 22, 2011
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