1. Knud Loenberg-Holm: A Productivist Architect in America
2. Monuments and Instruments: The SSA and the International Style
3. Industrial Emancipation and Technocracy in the 1930's
4. Sweets Catalog and Repro-Shelter
5. Information Architectures
6. The Archetype of the Invisible Architects of Invisible Architectures Bibliography Index
Suzanne Strum is an architect and scholar whose research focuses on the interrelation of technology and design. She teaches in international programs in Barcelona and was previously Co-Director of the Metropolis Master in Architecture and Urban Culture at the Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona and the Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC), Spain, as well as a lecturer at Elisava School of Design. She has a master's degree from Columbia University and a doctorate in the Theory and History of Architecture from the UPC, and is a recipient of the SAH/Mellon Author Awards in 2017.