By Irénée Scalbert and 6a architects

Park Books, Zurich

210 × 140, 176pp

2013

Architectural critic Irénée Scalbert explores the role of narrative, history, appropriation and craft in the work of 6a architects.

‘This book is a significant achievement in architectural publishing, not only capturing the spirit of 6a but itself embodying a deeply welcome orientation to the concreteness of architecture, the nature of its practice and the culture of its constituents.’ (Architecture Today)