"...every building tells a story or becomes the object of one: as shelter, investment, property; as image, symbol, or even target. But only some buildings tell a story about architecture. Only some buildings go beyond the idea of design as a service and question the order of the status quo or transform architectural precedent. Only some change the way we inhabit space or shape the public space of the city. Built projects like those presented in this issue of Log are, I believe, something more than shelter or property, and seek to produce not just something new or a solution to a problem but also to introduce difference, however incremental, through the manipulation and articulation of space and form."
- Cynthia Davison, Log 29