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FRANK O.GEHRY SINCE 1997

399,00 zł Cena

Published in concomitance with the major exhibition curated by Germano Celant at the Triennale di Milano, this volume brings together all the projects realized by Frank O. Gehry since his pivotal stylistic metamorphosis of 1997, embodied by the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, until today.

TADAO ANDO MUSEUMS

288,75 zł Cena

More than thirty years ago Tadao Ando started to establish himself as one of the best designers on the international scene for the rigor and character of his works, and ever since his intense activity has moved tirelessly between private residences and public buildings. Each of Ando’s museums has added a small piece to the construction of a cohesive path based on a strong and clear use of geometry, the employment of few materials in the right proportions, the harmony of the spaces, and a relationship with the landscape. From this point of view, his series of museums communicates the Japanese master’s design philosophy perfectly.

CONTEMPORARY MUSEUMS

156,45 zł Cena

A critical survey of contemporary museums, as well as a reference in the field of architecture. The book analyzes the design and production of museum complexes all over the world in the last decade, and gives a critical interpretation of one of the most challenging subjects in the recent architectural panorama.

JEAN TSCHUMI:ARCHITECTURE...

288,75 zł Cena
Jean Tschumi: Architecture at Full Scale is the first book on the Swiss architect who, after his training at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, entered the polemical field of modernity and its technological expression. Interrupted by his tragic death in 1962 at the age of 57, Tschumi’s work is rich in theoretical questions. What is the meaning of design at full scale, not just for carpets, tables, or armchairs? Why does the architect study his compositions at the minimal scale of a "postage stamp"? Is furniture the starting point of architecture? Why should the project be studied through the systematical use of variants? Does the future of the city lie in the planning of deep underground systems?