Here was a publication developed annually for Cooper Carry Architects from 2006–2008 when I was working for Iconologic. Each volume was issued at the beginning of the year and covered current events, social and science topics, urban planning and architecture for the previous year.

The first issue covered green design, population density and urban planning. It was a hodgepodge of ideas and its somewhat disorganized nature added to its charm. It is 192 pages long, which is fairly large for a project like this. Roughly 60% of this is devoted to the architecture firm's projects and corporate culture, the rest is devoted to editorials and gallery sections of work by artists. We spent (or wasted) a lot of time trying and discarding new ideas, and adding things at the last minute. I acted as project manager (a title conferred after the fact), and was at one time or another writer and copy editor, illustrator, designer, photographer, art director, researcher and type designer.

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 Table of Contents   Pages 2–3 
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 Remoteness & Isolation: Title   Pages 44–45 
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 Remoteness & Isolation: Spread 1   Pages 46–47 
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 Remoteness & Isolation: Spread 2   Pages 48–49 
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 Remoteness & Isolation: Spread 3   Pages 50–51 
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 Remoteness & Isolation: Spread 4   Pages 52–53 
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 Remoteness & Isolation: Spread 5   Pages 54–55 
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 Remoteness & Isolation: Spread 6   Pages 56–57 
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 Remoteness & Isolation: Spread 7   Pages 58–59 
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 Remoteness & Isolation: Spread 8   Pages 60–61 
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 Remoteness & Isolation: Spread 9   Pages 62–63 
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 What Housing Bubble?   Pages 94–95 
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 Manifesto   Pages 108–109 
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 Manifesto   Pages 110–111