0102016Adventures in Paper

Shaping Oklahoma

‘OKC’s blank-sheet-of-paper history should give architects and developers licence to devise a uniquely Oklahoman building form, a response to environmental and climatic conditions drawing on the spirit of what it means to be an Oklahoman. It is fertile ground.'

Timothy Neville-Lee and members of AHMM’s Oklahoma City office describe the conditions that have shaped state and city, and provide a useful local glossary from sooners to shriners.

Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

Map-folded leaflet, open: 420 × 594mm,
closed: 209 × 98mm

Poster image: Matt Goad