Call for Submissions for Issue Six, Guest Edited by Parsa Khalili and John Capen Brough

We are excited to announce the call for submissions for Project Issue Six, which will be guest-edited by Parsa Khalili and John Capen Brough. Submissions are due August 1st and submissions guidelines can be found here. Submissions will also be considered for Issue Seven.

Project Issue Six revolves around contemporary issues of architectural theory and practice from the perspective of those operating outside of the two primary cultural capitals for architectural production in the United States: New York and Los Angeles. It focuses on practitioners who advocate for the possibility of a critical position for architecture in a particular context, revealing divergent trajectories, highlighting different problems and provoking alternative solutions and speculations. Responding to unique circumstances outside of North America’s largest coastal cities, a new cast of architects are redefining what it means to develop a project of architecture today.

Parsa Khalili studied at at the École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Versailles, graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Illinois and completed his M.Arch. at the Yale School of Architecture, where he was awarded the George Nelson Scholarship and William Wirt Winchester Fellowship. He received the 2009 SOM Prize for Architecture and was chosen as one of Wallpaper* Magazine’s 2010 Next Generation Designers. He is co-editor of Perspecta 43: Taboo and was awarded the 2013 Plym Fellowship. Currently, he is Assistant Professor at the Angewandte in Vienna, teaching with Greg Lynn.

John Capen Brough graduated from Princeton University with a B.A. in Architecture in 2004, receiving the F. Bernard White Senior Thesis Prize for his work on Alvar Aalto. In 2009, he completed his Masters in Architecture at the Yale School of Architecture, where he received the AIA Henry Adams Medal and the George Nelson Scholarship. He is co-editor of the publication Perspecta 43: Taboo and the author of several articles on the intersection of art and architecture and their manifestations in specific places at particular times.