By means of architecture, or by means of what will be slightly but significantly different from what architecture has until now been, perception can be re-routed and new sites for the originating of a person can be found or formed.
– Arakawa and Madeline Gins, Architecture: Sites of Reversible Destiny
Architecture: Sites of Reversible Destiny begins with an essay by Australian philosopher Andrew Benjamin and showcases a selection of projects including Site of Reversible Destiny (Gifu,Japan), Reversible Destiny House I, The Bridge of Reversible Destiny (Epinal,France), and Double Horizon Public Housing (Berlin,Germany).
Art+Design Monograph, Academy Group, 1994
Publisher：[English] Academy Editions, London/1994 [Japanese] Suiseisha/1995
Table of Contents
Andrew Benjamin Landing Sites
Arakawa and Madeline Gins Architecture: Sites of Reversible Destiny
Constructing the Perceiving of an Ordinary Room/
Generating a Site of Reversible Destiny
Constructing the Site/Terrain Studies
Some Notes on Tentative Constructed Plans
Site of Reversible Destiny/Reversible Destiny House II (Gifu, Japan)
Reversible Destiny House I
Bridge of Reversible Destiny (Epinal, France)
Double-Horizon Public Housing (Berlin/Tokyo)