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28 Apr 2020
Dror Dreams: Design Without Boundaries
Moving towards a harmonious future, have a look at our design journey over the past 15 years in “Dror Dreams: Design Without Boundaries”, published by The Monacelli Press. Foreword by Aric Chen
Dror Benshetrit; foreword by Aric Chen
Dror Benshetrit’s massively successful design for brands like tumi, rosenthal, and cappellini and his next phase of visionary large-scale projects are now assembled in this debut monograph.
Since 2002, Dror Benshetrit has developed an interdisciplinary practice specializing in truly innovative design projects. His multifaceted approach to design at wildly varying scales and concepts encompass product design, interior design, graphic design, and architecture.
In this survey of Dror Benshetrit’s first fifteen years of practice, readers are introduced to an ingenious design practice that started with household objects and furniture, to a collaborator with top brands such as Tumi, Rosenthal, Cappellini, and Bentley, and has since evolved into a visionary architecture office.
20 Apr 2020
Young Architects In Competitions
Now available in open access:
A well-documented statement in support of the re-inclusion of younger firms of designers in architecture competitions.
When Competitions and a New Generation of Ideas Elevate Architectural Quality
by Jean-Pierre Chupin and G. Stanley Collyer
published by Potential Architecture Books, Montreal, Canada, 2020. ISBN 9781988962047
This comprehensive new book written by Jean-Pierre Chupin (Canadian Competitions Catalogue) and Stanley Collyer (COMPETITIONS) highlights for the crucial role competitions have played in fostering the careers of young architects, and makes an argument against the trend of invited competitions and RFQs. The authors take an in-depth look at past competitions won by young architects and planners, and survey the state of competitions through the world on a region by region basis. The end result is a compelling argument for an inclusive approach to conducting international design competitions.
22 Mar 2020
Understanding Architecture Book by Akheel Khan
image courtesy of author / publisher
The first book in the What is Architecture? series, Understanding Architecture is a unique insight into the meaning, heritage, and purpose of this ancient craft:
8 Feb 2020
The Amsterdam Agenda – 12 Good Ideas for the Future of Cities
The Amsterdam Agenda brings together the views of today’s brightest names from the fields of architecture, planning, activism, and more.
Initiated by Daan Roggeveen (MORE Architecture) and Michiel Hulshof (Tertium), the pair co-wrote the acclaimed How the City Moved to Mr Sun examining China’s new megacities.
Other essays discuss – amongst others – migration and over-tourism
With contributions by Esther Agricola (City of Amsterdam), Daan Dekker (Pakhuis de Zwijger), Menno van der Veen (University of Amsterdam), Marc Schmit (playze), Florian Idenburg (SO-IL), Selva Gürdoğan & Gregers Tang Thomsen (Superpool), Valerie von der Tann (ViaVan), Neville Mars (MARS Architects), Inge Goudsmit (OMA), Adam S. Frampton (Only If), Miguel Gentil Fernández (Baum Arquitectura), Stephen Hodes (LAgroup), David Mulder van der Vegt (XML)
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MORE Architecture is a multidisciplinary firm founded by Daan Roggeveen and Robert Chen. Based in Shanghai and Amsterdam, MORE strives to create contemporary notions of collectivity in the projects it works on globally.
MORE finished mixed-use building Jiaxing Island (with AIM Architecture), contemporary art gallery BANK in Shanghai, the headquarters for MINTH Group and a fashion store in downtown Shanghai.
Current projects include a boutique hotel in Anji, a museum for contemporary art in Jiaxing, an elevator exhibition centre in Ningbo (under construction), an inner city residential development in Rotterdam, and a villa near Amsterdam.
With journalist Michiel Hulshof, Roggeveen initiated the Go West Project, a think-tank focusing on emerging megacities. In 2011, they published the acclaimed book How the City Moved to Mr Sun – China’s New Megacities. In 2017, Daan Roggeveen published Progress and Prosperity – The Chinese City as Global Urban Model.
MORE was included in the AD100, the list of 100 most influential design firms in China.
This publication was made possible with the generous support from the Van Eesteren-Fluck & Van Lohuizen Foundation.
© 2020 MORE Architecture | Lauriergracht 116R Amsterdam | 406 Jianguo Xi Lu Shanghai
21 Nov 2019
Automatic for the City: Designing for the Age of the Driverless Car
Are our cities ready for the age of the driverless car? New RIBA title Automatic for the City sets the course
How will automated vehicles change our lives? What opportunities and challenges will they offer? How can we make our cities safe and coherent for this new technology?
As we approach a new stage in our urban transformation, Automatic for the City: Designing for the Age of the Driverless Car prepares urban designers and city planners for the introduction of connected autonomous vehicles (CAVs), to our streets.
Driverless cars are set to become a common feature in the wealthiest urban environments as early as within the next 10 years, authors Riccardo Bobisse and Andrea Pavia predict.
“With the revolution that was the private automobile after World War One, for example, our cites underwent an unprecedented transformation,” says urban designer Riccardo Bobisse. “We are now approaching a similar revolution, for which we must be prepared.”
As a result of this prognosis, practical guidance on transformative city-wide design principles are illustrated in the book via two in-depth case studies focusing on two sprawling metropolises: London and Los Angeles.
Andrea Pavia explains more about the choice of case studies: “The two exemplified cities were chosen as emblematic urban examples within Western society, but, while the effect of cars on urban form is radical, each displays a very different outcome when faced with the car paradigm.”
Using the analogy of the city as a human body, with its mutation and revolution throughout time and history, this timely book envisions ways in which cars and CAVs can coexist, providing an imaginative and engaging insight into the future of our urban environments. It is a reflection on the relationship between new technologies and urbanism, as well as an agile urban design manual, highly illustrated with images and masterplans of spatial arrangements enabled by new technologies.
Essential reading for architects, urban designers, city planners, transport planners and policy makers who are looking to the future, Automatic for the city informs, inspires and encourages industry professionals to design for what could be just around the corner.
Automatic for the city is available now from RIBA
About Riccardo Bobisse and Andrea Pavia
Riccardo Bobisse and Andrea Pavia are urban designers based in London and Frankfurt respectively.
While both working with Steer, their research focuses on Connected Autonomous Vehicles (CAV).
They now specialise in master-planning, as well as urban and public realm design projects, with a specific focus on mixed urban schemes and town centre revitalisation strategies.
13 Sep 2019
Historic Construction and Conservation Book
The book “Historic Construction and Conservation: Materials, Systems and Damage” is now available for sale.
This book addresses the history of conservation by exploring materials and structures and the history of construction and damage. The team of authors brings together unique expertise, with high level research and practice around the world.
The book is also a result of the authors’ involvement in the International Master in Structural Analysis of Monuments and Historical Constructions (www.msc-sahc.org) or SAHC, with 400 alumni from 70 countries, which received the most prestigious cultural heritage recognition in Europe: the EU Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Award.
You can profit from a special price using the Promo Code (HCC30) until the end of October at www.routledge.com/9780367145743. See enclosed leaflet for details.
12 June 2019
Wellbeing in Interiors Book by RIBA Publishing
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Wellbeing in Interiors
The result of over a decade of research, funnelled into a book that is both a philosophical guide and a practical reference for interior designers, architects and sustainability specialists.
14 May 2019
Projects and Their Consequences
Reiser + Umemoto Jesse Reiser and Nanako Umemoto
9 X 12 IN / 320 PP / MORE THAN 400 COLOR & B+W IMAGES
$60.00 / HARDCOVER
PUBLICATION DATE: MAY 28, 2019
Autobiographical, technical, prophetic, and meditative, Reiser + Umemoto’s Projects and Their Consequences (May 2019, $60) is a genre-blending monograph presenting 30 years of work by their firm, RUR Architecture, offering a unique view of the intersections of the visionary, the speculative, and the practical work of architecture and its relationship to art and culture. The book presents 15 of the firm’s key projects, tracing innovative, multidisciplinary investigations of form, structure, technique, and planning.
Projects and Their Consequences balances incisive interviews and essays with more than 400 original drawings, collages, and paintings. Multiple, overlapping perspectives describe projects that vary widely in scope and approach: large-scale studies of infrastructure for the East River corridor and Hudson Yards areas in Manhattan and the Alishan Railway in Taiwan, as well as schemes for cultural institutions, including New York’s New Museum, the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, and the University of Applied Arts Vienna.
Carefully conceived small-scale projects are documented as well, such as an imaginative water garden and the Sagaponack House; and thought-provoking “textual projects,” narrative works that blur the boundaries of art and architecture, such as a meditation on language in the context of the Globe Theater.
Large in format and beautifully designed, Projects and Their Consequences is a necessary volume for architects and those interested in the intersection of architecture, art, and culture.
About the Authors Jesse Reiser and Nanako Umemoto are the founders and principals of RUR Architecture. Reiser is a professor of architecture at Princeton University, and Umemoto has taught at numerous institutions, including Columbia University, the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Virginia, and Washington University in St. Louis. They are the authors of Atlas of Novel Tectonics (2006), also published by Princeton Architectural Press.
11 May 2019
Boundary Sequence Illusion Book: Architect Ian MacDonald
Boundary Sequence Illusion Book: Architect Ian MacDonald
19 Feb 2019
Future Office: Next-Generation Workplace Design
The working demographic is changing, but how is this reflected in the way people work? What will future work spaces look like? How will the traditional office survive? These are some of the questions debated in RIBA Publishing’s new title, ‘Future Office: Next-Generation Workplace Design’.
18 Jan 2019
Design yourself happy this Blue Monday, says architect and author Ben Channon
As the festive period officially comes to an end, and Blue Monday rolls around, Ben Channon, architect and author of ‘Happy by Design: A Guide to Architecture and Mental Wellbeing’, gives his easy-to-follow interior design tips to stave off the January blues.
Blue Monday, which falls on the third Monday of January, is widely hailed as the most melancholy day of the year when a ruthless combination of gloomy weather and return back to work gets the better of the Great British public.
As sadness levels peak, Ben Channon, an associate and wellbeing ambassador at award-winning practice Assael Architecture, believes there are a variety of easy design tips we can follow to create happier homes, offices and outlooks.
Channon’s book ‘Happy by Design’, which was inspired by his own experience with mental health, explores how architecture affects our mental wellbeing and how better design can improve it. The design tips and tricks outlined in the book are applicable to anyone interested in optimising spaces to maximise happiness, whether they are a renter, homeowner or property developer.
In order to shake off the January blues, Channon recommends the following design tips for home and office:
Brighten up your spaces: “January is usually dark, wet and gloomy, with limited hours of sunlight, which can cause havoc on our mental health. At the same time, the harsh white luminescent glow of office strip lighting can have a negative impact on how we feel. In order to find a happy medium and squeeze in as much vitamin D as possible, be sure to open your blinds and curtains every morning to maximise the light getting into a space and see if you can alter the artificial lighting in your home and office to softer, more ambient shades. A light box can also work wonders!”
Bring the outside in: “Not only do plants give us oxygen to breathe, they are also proven to make us happier by reducing concentrations of the stress hormone cortisol in our brains. January is the perfect time to up your plant game, both at home and in the office. Caring and nurturing for a plant is shown to boost our moods, speed up the recovery times of illnesses and their presence improves the surrounding air quality.”
Get creative with your spaces: “When January rolls around and we return to work, the realities and stresses of the year ahead can seem almost overwhelming.” said Channon. “One possible remedy to this is to take back control of decorating a space, be it through rearranging your bedroom furniture or completely redecorating a room. By doing this you are controlling and personalising your immediate environment, which can help lower stress levels and remind us that we do in fact have the power to make positive changes in our lives.”
Remove the opportunity for excuses: “New year, new me, right? But this time, you’re actually going to start exercising! While you may not have the time or energy to put that new gym membership to use, it’s important to curate your personal spaces to remove any opportunity to not exercise. You can create little nudges in your home, like ensuring your bike is by the front door and easily accessible, or you can dedicate a corner of your space specifically to exercise.”
Maximise storage to reduce most clutter: “Your mum was right: a clean and tidy space can reduce stress and make us happier. In order to start the year in a state of zen, invest in extra storage to help declutter your spaces at home and at work. A tidy space can promote a sense of calm and, in an office environment, can help boost your productivity by removing unnecessary distractions. I’d recommend Netflix’s new ‘Tidying Up With Marie Kondo’ if you’re looking for inspiration!”
In ‘Happy by Design’, each of the seven chapters covers a specific aspect of design that needs to be considered to create happier spaces, such as light, comfort, control, nature, aesthetics, activity and psychology.
Featured Reviews of Happy by Design:
Shawn Achor, NYTimes bestselling author of The Happiness Advantage and Big Potential
‘Colorful, inventive and forward-looking, Channon takes happiness research into an important new domain with Happy by Design to help us rethink and design environments that help make the choice of happiness an easier and more sustainable one.’
Kevin McCloud, HAB
‘Anyone building a house should read this first. As should every single developer.’
David Byers, assistant property editor, The Times
‘In this book, Channon attempts to revolutionise the places we live, calling for radical new approaches to lighting, ventilation, noise-proofing and outside space.’
Piers Taylor, architect
‘Ben’s book shows us how deeply affected by our environments we are and describes the important steps and considerations needed to design effectively for wellbeing. This book demonstrates comprehensively the value added by architects to buildings through good design. Ignore these lessons at your peril.’
Assael is an award-winning, London-based practice that offers a range of urban design, architectural, landscape design and interior design services. Established in 1994, Assael has over two decades of experience working in the residential and mixed-use sectors both domestically and abroad.
The practice is well known for delivering analytical and contextual design in the most difficult or challenging of circumstances.
Notable buildings designed by Assael include Macaulay Walk in Clapham and Queen’s Wharf and Riverside Studios in Hammersmith.
For more information please visit http://www.assael.co.uk/
The Estate House Re-Designed
‘The Estate House Re-Designed’ to be published by Springer in the Spring.
Sully, Anthony, SullyDesigns, Ely, UK
The Estate House Redesigned Details a vision for how new housing developments can be both more environmentally sustainable and responsive to human needs Demonstrates how new ‘green’ technologies and prefabrication techniques can revolutionize house building Provides technical guidance, which is already being put into practice in the design of a prototype house by a builder/manufacturer The book demonstrates how new houses can be designed to be more sustainable and ergonomic.
Specifically, it describes a prototype building that could be constructed in the near future. Responding to some of the poor standards of mass estate housing in the UK and its out-of-date space standards, it contributes towards improving the current status quo by describing a house design, including drawings, that can compete with today’s mass housing.
The author examines the traditional geometrical reliance on the square in the design of houses and the planning of housing estates and promotes instead the adoption of polygonal forms. This is explained using geometric analysis, diagrams and references to existing housing.
These concepts have been developed with reference to technical literature from various companies with one company interested in taking it further. Providing a novel and up-to-date design concept, this book is of value to practitioners and researchers looking to improve the standard of mass housing in the UK. It is also of interest to anyone wishing to build their own house and to manufacturers wanting to move into modern housing technology.
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Due 2018-09-13 1st ed. 2019, XXXIX, 276 p. 266 illus.
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£ 99,99 | CHF 121,00 | 109,99 € | 120,99 € (A) | 117,69 € (D)
Radical ESSEX book Publication Details
Publication Date: 30 June 2018
Published in 2018 by Focal Point Gallery in a first edition of 1,000 copies
Edited by Hayley Dixon and Joe Hill Editorial assistance by Hannah Rose Whittle Copy edited by Eileen Daly Designed by Fraser Muggeridge studio Image research by Kyle Buckle-Hodgson Copyright permissions by Tom Houghton
Essays by Tim Burrows, Gillian Darley, Charles Holland, Rachel Lichtenstein, Jules Lubbock, Jess Twyman and Ken Worpole
Photography by Catherine Hyland
Typeset in Radical ESSEX font, designed by Fraser Muggeridge studio 240 pages Printed with three fluro spot colours and black on 115gsm uncoated paper, cover 300gsm uncoated paper 36 full page colour images
Distributed in the UK and Europe by Cornerhouse Publications HOME 2 Tony Wilson Place Manchester M15 4FN United Kingdom www.cornerhousepublications.org
British Library Cataloguing-in-Publication Data A full catalogue record of this book is available from the British Library
About the writers:
Tim Burrows writes about culture and place for publications including the Guardian, Vice and the Quietus. A recurring subject in his work is Essex. His short story ‘Broadgate’, set between the county’s marshland and the City of London, is included in the anthology An Unreliable Guide to London (2016), published by Influx Press, which also published his long-form essay on the Essex Thames Estuary, Going Back Home (2014). He is currently working on a non-fiction book about the county.
Gillian Darley is a widely published writer and broadcaster. Her first book, Villages of Vision (1975) was revised, with an extended gazetteer, in 2007. Other publications include John Soane (1999), Octavia Hill (2010), John Evelyn (2006) and Ian Nairn, Words in Place (2013, with David McKie). She is president of the Twentieth Century Society. Darley’s absorption and interest in Essex is both personal and professional and her next book, due to be published in 2018 by Old Street Publishing, is titled Excellent Essex.
Charles Holland is an architect, teacher and writer. He is the principal of Charles Holland Architects (CHA), a design and research practice whose current work includes residential, civic and public art projects. Charles is a Professor of Architecture at the University of Brighton where his research focuses on housing and new settlements, particularly in suburban and ‘ruburban’ settings. He writes and lectures about architecture and the work of his practice regularly and contributes a monthly column to the RIBA Journal on the subject of utopias.
Rachel Lichtenstein is a writer, curator and artist. She lives in Essex. Her publications include: Estuary: Out From London to the Sea (2016), Diamond Street (2012), On Brick Lane (2007), Rodinsky’s Room (1999, with Iain Sinclair), Keeping Pace: Older Women of the East End (2003), Add. 17469: A Little Dust Whispered (2004) and Rodinsky’s Whitechapel (1999). She has curated Shorelines: Literary Festival of the Sea for arts organisation Metal since 2011. Her artwork has been widely exhibited both in the UK and internationally, at venues including the Whitechapel Gallery, the British Library, Barbican Art Gallery, Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh, PA and The Jerusalem Theatre, Jerusalem.
Jules Lubbock is Emeritus Professor of Art History at the University of Essex. He has divided his time between studying the early Renaissance in Italy and commenting upon contemporary architecture and planning. In the early 1980s he was the architecture and design critic of the New Statesman and he also wrote speeches for the Prince of Wales. Since about 1990 he has been trying, with mixed success, to persuade his colleagues at the University of Essex of the merits of the 1960s campus and to conserve it.
Jess Twyman is Director at Art Exchange, University of Essex. She is curator of numerous exhibitions, including Fallen (2017), Movement of the People (2016) and Something Fierce (2014, co-curated with Jules Lubbock). Her research interests include contemporary art from the margins, early Soviet art and Latin American art.
18 + 12 Jun 2018
20/20 Visions Book
New RIBA book looks to the future of urban planning by looking back- Introducing 20/20 Visions
20/20 Visions: Collaborative Planning and Placemaking debates participatory democracy at a time when most of the world’s population live in cities.
It discusses how best to create sustainable places that support healthy, enterprising communities, against a backdrop of a new urgency being felt in the midst of a housing crisis.
This is the latest book from national architecture authority RIBA Publishing and the first from JTP partner, architect Charles Campion, in which the future of placemaking and the important role of communities are discussed.
Campion critically examines twenty case studies from the last two decades, all of which use the ‘charrette’ process as a unique solution to community placemaking. This ‘tried and tested’ process involves local people working with multidisciplinary professionals to collaboratively create their own thriving, sustainable communities.
The concept originated in 1960s America, through ideas advocated by the Regional/ Urban Design Assistance Team (R/UDAT). This organisation developed the participatory charrette practices that have flourished today, in the United States, the UK and around the world.
20/20 Visions demonstrates the objectives of Campion and JTP, and offers an informed, timely commentary on the development of towns and cities, and the government’s role in making healthy environments for the local community. Busy practitioners and those who value people-centric design will see it as a comprehensive guide and indispensable companion.
Campion brings to light: “Cities, towns and villages were historically the product of many local hands as places evolved to suit needs of the community they served. However, the past few decades have seen planning theory and practice move away from creating locally distinctive and responsive places, in favour of an agenda often imposed from outside the community.
“Planning has become dominated by professionals and politicians… communities feel alienated, believing they have no real power to influence outcomes.
“The collective intuition and intelligence of communities bring social, economic and environmental value to designing cities and neighbourhoods. Just as the act of voting is a right, it is inherently democratic to bring people genuinely to the heart of planning and placemaking.”
The book positions the creativity of communities as a huge but largely untapped resource.
Looking to the future, the proposition of 20/20 Visions for the government is that discussion about architecture and design should be steered toward the idea of collaborative planning, for the good of the communities that will make them their homes in decades to come.
In the book, Campion affirms: “It is time to change the way things are done and to bring communities genuinely to the heart of planning and placemaking.”
The 20/20 Visions Architecture Book is available to order on the RIBA Bookshops website for £32.00. Order your copy here:
24 Feb 2018
Laka Perspectives Book
visualization : Alek Pluta http://nomadd-studio.com
Laka Perspectives Book
Laka Perspectives is a pocket-sized source of inspiration that outlines different views on the role of architecture, the connections between spatial interventions and their social outcomes, and the pathways that connect needs and solutions in a variety of technological and social disciplines.
Feb 23, 2018
New Publication: Northern Exposure, Works of Carol A. Wilson Architect
This is a new monograph published by Princeton Architectural Press.
book cover photograph courtesy of Carol A. Wilson Architect
Northern Exposure, Works of Carol A. Wilson Architect
An intimate portrait of eight exquisitely designed and built houses in New England by this celebrated Maine architect.
New Publication: Metamorphism – Transforming Materials in Architecture
By Ákos Moravánszky
The complex biological process involving the exchange of chemical substances within an organism can also be applied to architecture: what is known as ‘Stoffwechsel’ (‘material metamorphosis’) was the brainchild of the architect and art critic Gottfried Semper.
Architectural Guide Wroclaw, Poland
The Architectural Guide Wroclaw won second prize in the XXVI National Tour Review of Tourist Book for the best 2017 guide.
The guide is now available for sale in the best bookstores around the world. In the guide, there are texts of invited authors, among others Ivan Blasi, coordinator of Mies van der Rohe Foundation, Lukasz Kos, architects, Aaron Betsky, architecture critic and curator.
Wrocław is one of the oldest cities in Poland, with an eventful history and thus many changes to its cityscape. This city on the Oder River has always been reinvented, and today has many architectural monuments: it is in some ways a showcase of architectural development, a blend of Gothic, Baroque, Modern, Soviet, Postmodern and Contemporary architecture.
In the Architectural Guide Wrocław Marcin Szczelina present 150 selected buildings from the Middle Ages to the present. The volume is chronologically divided into four chapters, that follow the city’s long history,: from the early Middle Ages to 1850, from the Industrialisation to the end of World War II, the Soviet period after 1945, and finally from 1989 to the present.
Architectural Guide Wrocław
1 Feb 2018
Computing the Environment Publication
30 Jan 2018
SU+RE: Sustainable + Resilient Design Systems AD
30 Jan 2018
Interior Design Illustrated
Authors: Francis D. K. Ching and Corky Binggeli
image courtesy of Wiley
Interior Design Illustrated is the definiteive guide to designing for interior spaces. Richly illustrated in author Francis D.K. Ching’s signature style, this book introduces complex design concepts in a visually stunning format; from defining the space and using the elements of design, to planning building systems and incorporating sustainable materials this volume embodies the idea that beauty and function are not separate entities, but two parts of a whole.
New Architecture Books by Francis D. K. Ching and Corky Binggeli
29 Jan 2018
The Handbook of Urban Morphology
Author: Karl Kropf
image courtesy of Wiley
The Handbook of Urban Morphology
Conceived as a practical manual of morphological analysis.
Jan 10, 2018
Megastructure by Reyner Banham
Architectural Publication by Volume
One of the late-20th-century’s most influential architecture books.
British-born author, critic, and cultural commentator Reyner Banham is regarded by some as the finest architecture and design critic of all time.
Jan 6, 2018
The Largest Art: A Measured Manifesto for a Plural Urbanism Book
A manifesto for designing cities – Architectural Publication by MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, USA
MIT professor’s new book calls for a more pluralistic, democratic vision of the city.
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