Edited by: Luis Carranza
Introduction by: Nasrine Seraji
Essays by: Kristina Van Dyke, Eric Mumford and Luis Carranza

The book “Axi:Ome” is a collection of projects and essays about the St. Louis-based architectural practice led by Heather Woofter and Sung Ho Kim, which engages the architectural profession within the bounds of academic endeavors. Woofter and Kim have mentored and trained more than 200 young designers through Axi:Ome and they are becoming the next generation of educators and architects around the world. Woofter + Kim have influenced and inspired the young generation to be critical in their thinking, with passion for inventing space that transforms the social realm. This book is an insightful document exploring Axi:Ome’s vision for innovative tectonics and material experimentation that defines a poetic atmosphere of clarity of form. The book reveals how the projects demonstrate unique readings of context and cultural memories that translate into abstract architectural operations.

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