Brochure Physiologique
Colour, laserjet on 60g white stock
128 by 98mm, 16-page signature, stapled

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This pamphlet attempts a physiological affectation of the reading experience through the manipulation of type colour and legibility. Philippe Rahm's projects focus on how fluctuations in environments affect the physical experience of architecture This automatically raises questions as to the visual nature of the print medium with regard to this project's conceptual genesis - to consider the agency of colour in its role as an interpreter of the invisible. Here, the variation of the text colour in the pamphlet causes subtle affectations on the experience of the reader, while suggesting a colour palette congruent with Rahm's own use of colour in architectural representations. A limited number were printed and distributed, in the spirit of the pamphlet format's usefulness as an effective form of cheap, portable propaganda.

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Yale School of Architecture,
Books & Architecture
with Luke Bulman of Thumb Projects