BoND* is a New York based architecture and interiors office founded by Noam Dvir and Daniel Rauchwerger.
Text by Daniel published as part of Emotional Landscapes, a book of texts and photographs focused on Roberto Burle Marx.
The book, edited by Jonas Romo and with his photographs, is available here.
“Since the Industrial Revolution, design has been dominated by the rigors of manufacturing and mass-production… We’re now moving from a world of parts, of separate systems, to architecture that combines and integrates between structure and skin.”
Noam interviews Neri Oxman for Surface Magazine’s June 16’ Issue
“National libraries are amongst the most symbolic buildings of a sovereign county. Often, they are erected around central plazas or urban axes. These icons draw less on their function as archives, focusing instead on producing symbolic statements.”
Noam and Daniel’s article about National Libraries in Harvard Design Magazine, No. 38 S/S 2014