Through its diverse global contents, this title presents an insightful dynamic cultural mix: Teddy Cruz in Tijuana; Steven Holl in Beijing; Iain Low in South Africa; Jayne Merkel in Queens, New York; Anooradha lyer Siddiqi in Bangalore; and Leon van Schaik in Australia.
Introduction: Mixology (Sara Caples and Everardo Jefferson).
London Calling (Jeremy Melvin).
Crazy Quilt Queens (Jayne Merkel).
Fabricating Pluralism (Jamie Horwitz).
Tijuana Case Study: Tactics of Invasion (Teddy Cruz).
House/Home: Dwelling in the New South Africa (Iain Low).
Cengiz Bektas and the Community of Kuzguncuk in Istanbul (David Height).
Building Traditions: The Benny W Reich Cultural Center for the Ethiopian Community, Yavneh, Israel (Ruth Palmon).
Making Place in Bangalore (Anooradha Iyer Siddiqi).
Masala City (Kazi K Ashraf ).
21st–Century China (Edmund Ong).
Holl on Hybrids (Everardo Jefferson).
Australasia (Leon Van Schaik).
Weeksville Education Building (Sara Caples).
Interior Eye: Turning Japanese Craig Kellogg
Building Profile: St John s College, Oxford Jeremy Melvin
Practice Profile: Hodgetts + Fung: The Art of Remix
Home Run: Westerton Road, Grangemouth Henry McKeown
McLean s Nuggets Will McLean
Site Lines: Puerta of Dreams Howard Watson
Everardo Jefferson are Principals at Caples Jefferson Architects. The New York–based practice, which has for over 15 years been dedicated to working on social schemes within the diverse ethnic communities of the city. In 2003, their work was recognised by the American architectural establishment when they received an AIA Honor Award for Architecture.