Process: PAX Publications


PAX is a publication about architecture that proposes as many answers as questions in search of a fresh and productive reading of past histories. PAX presents a collection of mock projects that suggest the critical relationship shared between architecture and its cultural setting.

I consulted with the team to experiment with design treatments that could be applied to the project and offer design + production insight.

Currently, the first volume pairs architects with cities, translating existing work into unintended contexts. By examining one through the guise of another, we claim that a richer reading is uncovered, one that alludes to the uncertainty of seemingly dogmatic knowledge.

​PAX publication was established in 2017 by Ali Karimi, Daniela Leon, Raffy Mardirossian, and Paul Matevosyan.​ Check out their project and support PAX.