February 2009
Architectural Record;Feb2009, Vol. 197 Issue 2, p35
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The article profiles architect Maggie Peng, who launched the firm Maggie Peng Studio in 2005. Peng describes the ways that she moved away from the aesthetic philosophy of LOT-EK, her former firm, while still designing for flexibility by using modular systems and preexisting units. Peng's work is examined.


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