Telesis Order Page - Christopher C. Gibbs College of Architecture

Telesis Order Page

TELESIS

Telesis (ˈte-lə-səs) is a journal produced by students at the Gibbs College of Architecture. The first instance of the journal was published in the 1970s, when it was produced for several years before being discontinued. During the 2018-2019 school year, students from the Gibbs College of Architecture worked to revive Telesis under the theme of “Design Against,” which was awarded the 2019 Douglas Haskell Award for Student Journals by the Center for Architecture. The second issue of Telesis, “Metamedia” (2020), is now available!

PURCHASE TELESIS

Three editions of Telesis are available for purchase: “Metamedia” (2020 Limited Edition), “Back in Black” (2019 Limited Edition) and “The Renegade” (2019 Standard Edition).

Metamedia (2020)

“Metamedia” is the limited edition 2020 volume of Telesis. This volume asks readers to consider: How can we learn from metamedia past? Might we leverage metamedia? May metamedia offer a test bed for developing new socio-spatial relationships? Could the genesis of these relationships be a key role of the architect?

Table of Contents

Editorial by The Telesis Team
An Conversation with Emily Hays by Evan Sack
Renegade Re-Use by Luca Guido, Ph.D.
Impermanent Architecture by Elaheh Houshmanidpanah + Ben Decuyper
Building for the Nuclear Age by Caroline Simon
Literature and Architectural Design by Marilyn Anthony
The Devil Wears Prada Black by Ryan Godfrey
Headspace by Humans of Gould
Sketching Sounds by ARCH 4513 & ART 2413
Spin Cycle by Anthony Andrade
Pervious Urbanism, Pervious Architecture by Ben Decuyper
Enter+Action by Conor McMichael

Price: $40.00 (tax included) + $5.00 shipping charge

Limited edition. Will ship on or before Oct. 1, 2020.

Questions? Contact Evan Sack (evan.sack@ou.edu).

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Back in Black (2019 Limited Edition)

Telesis Back in Black

“Back in Black” is the hand-crafted, commemorative issue of Telesis Volume 1: Design Against (2019). “Back in Black” features a laser-cut, painted wood cover with a screw post binding, full-color content and vellum and gloss inserts.

Table of Contents

Editorial by The Telesis Team
An Interview with Rex Miller by Emily Hays
Pendulum by Ben Decuyper
A Timeless Architecture by Jose Nava
Use It or Lose It by Zach Hicks
Give Me More by Errin McKnight
Re-animating the Built; De-centering the Human by Angela Person, Ph.D.
Ochoquebradas House by ELEMENTAL
Are All Humans Equal by Studio ASYNCHROME
An Architecture of Language by Evan Sack
Architecture for Imprint by Emily Homan
Can You See? by Magdalena Schaffernicht
Ephemeral by Tanaka Kawondera
Below the Surface by Yetti Obasade
Growing Panes by Haley Powell
Scooters and Public Spaces by Daniel Giles Helm

Price: $50.00 (tax included) + $5.00 shipping charge

To purchase Back in Black, click the button below:

The Renegade (2019 Standard Edition)

Telesis The Renegade

“The Renegade” is the first issue of Telesis Volume 1: Design Against (2019). This edition is hand-crafted and includes full-color content as well as a laser-cut soft cover and vellum and gloss inserts.

Table of Contents

Editorial by The Telesis Team
An Interview with Rex Miller by Emily Hays
Pendulum by Ben Decuyper
A Timeless Architecture by Jose Nava
Use It or Lose It by Zach Hicks
Give Me More by Errin McKnight
Re-animating the Built; De-centering the Human by Angela Person, Ph.D.
Ochoquebradas House by ELEMENTAL
Are All Humans Equal by Studio ASYNCHROME
An Architecture of Language by Evan Sack
Architecture for Imprint by Emily Homan
Can You See? by Magdalena Schaffernicht
Ephemeral by Tanaka Kawondera
Below the Surface by Yetti Obasade
Growing Panes by Haley Powell
Scooters and Public Spaces by Daniel Giles Helm

Price: $15.00 (tax included) + $5.00 shipping charge

To purchase The Renegade, click the button below:

All proceeds benefit the Telesis student organization. The Telesis student organization can be reached at telesisou@gmail.com.

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