November 11, 2020
The Graham Foundation awarded Dalhousie Architectural Press (DAP) a grant to advance production of the book Situated Practices in Architecture and Politics by Afield co-directors Kai Wood Mah and Patrick Lynn Rivers.
Situated Practices in Architecture and Politics will be the first book in DAP's Design Matters series. The book is used to identify and elaborate on an emerging trend in contemporary architectural practice as well as a way (i.e., approach and method) to understand what Mah and Rivers dub “the practice of practice.”
DAP's goal is "to foster a wider appreciation of architecture and its allied disciplines in Canada by featuring the work of exemplary practitioners and providing a critical context for a broader discussion of the built environment."