A coedition a.p.r.e.s éditions / Centre national des arts plastiques
About an architect, Yona Friedman, whose design for a utopia is nothing if not feasible.
Or an apartment on Boulevard Garibaldi, in Paris, at once a home, studio and archive where the artist’s thoughts and imagination are reflected.
Or a realised utopia that shows the capacity in everyone to create their own world.
Or organic décor that the artist donated to the Centre national des arts plastiques in 2013 and which is now part of the national collections.
Or a film by Caroline Cros and Antoine de Roux made in the apartment where Yona Friedman intimately shares his philosophical, political, engaged and generous vision of the architectand the world in which we live.
Or it is a collection of texts penned by Sylvie Boulanger, Marie-Ange Brayer, Caroline Cros, Wim De Wit and Jean-Philippe Vassal, a selection of variations on Yona Friedman.