Ein Buch (auf Deutsch+Englisch) über die Renovierung und Erneuerung eines Hauses das ursprünglich 1920 in Ames, Iowa, gebaut wurde. A book (in German+English) about the renovation and transformation of a 1920s house in Ames, Iowa.
A facsimile of my undergraduate portfolio is now available as a slim volume of 72 black & white pages.
The second volume of polytektonDesign, originally published in 2010, is now available online. It’s an A4 format black-and-white paperback chronicling polytekton’s designs between 1990 and 1997, covering the years of graduate studies at the University of Florida toward an MArch (1991) and the Princeton years (1992-1994), followed by three years of teaching design studios and history/theory seminars at […]
The first volume of polytektonDesign, originally published in 2010, will be available soon online. It’s an A4 format black-and-white paperback chronicling my designs between 1978 and 1989, covering the formative years and the Bachelor of Design degree with a focus on architecture from the University of Florida. Numerous illustrations and photographs. More info about the book […]
We just published the third edition of Opus 28 Emily: A House Organ by A. David Moore, edited by Miriam Zach and Mikesch Muecke. The book is a full-color chronicle of the installation of the pipe organ in the International Women Composers’ Library in Gainesville, Florida.
Museyrooms: Intersections of People and Art in Museums is a collection of color photographs taken by polytekton, aka Mikesch Muecke, that document the surprising resonance between animate and inanimate art in museums around the world.
A picture book about a 2013 summer vacation in Germany, Switzerland, France, and Great Britain. In Germany the authors/photographers visited the Hanseatic town of Lemgo (near Hannover). In Switzerland they explored Stein (Aargau) and La Chaux-de-Fonds. In France they visited several small towns that are part of the Plus-Beaux-Village circuit, and in the United Kingdom […]
When taken literally, a translation of the word ‘photograph’ means ‘written light’. In this book Mikesch Muecke offers the reader/viewer a collection of ‘textual illumination’ divided into categories. The accompanying short short-stories—in some cases no more than a few words—are literary counter weights to the visual text.