210mm × 297mm • 78pp. SOFTCOVER • 2013
This 'photo-essay' of contemporary walls
and fences links up with defensive structures from the past. A border is a boundary and once boundaries are defined the intent is to defend them. The pictures show the reader that mankind lives in a world that is more interconnected than ever, but that it is increasingly divided territorially by physical barriers that are taller, larger, and stronger
than their antecedent's planners could ever imagine.
CONCEPT AND DESIGN