?In his use of industrial materials, Jones both engages and confronts technology, bridging the separation between architecture and nature and raising questions about our uses of technological advancements. As Herbert Muschamp writes, "Jones is a cold-war child, and a recurring theme of his work...is the interplay of fascination and dread that technology generates in the nuclear age."?
?Instrumental Form, the first monograph on Jones's practice, investigates seventeen projects in detail through descriptions, photographs, and drawings, interspersed with engaging essays written by Jones himself. Also included is a chronology of Jones's projects. A wealth of text and images are coupled with arresting graphic design and bold color throughout....Continua