6–What’s an Object?

Table Mannerisms by Penelope Dean

Architecture critic Penelope Dean picks the tables in Hideyuki Nakayama’s 004 House in Matsumoto, Junya Ishigami’s Tables for a Restaurant, and Go Hasegawa’s House in Sakuradai to explore their becoming something else.

Where objects come from: Quick Tiny Shows #06 PN1

An exhibition of objects that exceed the physicality of its boundaries though the design process.

Stephen Burks Man Made

A conversation with the New York-based design studio, published in our latest printed issue of NESS.

MOS: Two Projects and A Book

A continuation of the feature published in the Documents section of NESS 3.

LIGA: Exposing Architecture

A dialogue on how to build a Latin American posture.

Carla Juaçaba: Three Houses

A look at the projects Rio Bonito House, Santa Teresa House, and Varanda House by the Brazilian architect.

What’s an Object? A List of Answers to Open New Questions

In NESS 3, we compiled an eclectic list of quotes about objects and this is its continuation.

Editorial Letter

We decided to keep our playful theoretical spirit and reverse the rhetoric of the iconic quiz show Jeopardy by making the answer “What’s an Object?” as the title of this issue’s Dossier.