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SOM journal 1

87,32 zł Cena
Dostępność: na zamówienie Since 1936, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill has set the standard for corporate design practice, producing some of the most iconic buildings of the century and shaping cities throughout the world, The "SOM Journal", a new, small-format publication, takes stock of the firm's most recent work in progress and brings SOM's current design research to light. Contributors include the artist Jenny Holzer, Ove/Arup & Partners engineer Cecil Balmond, the architectural critic and historian Kenneth Frampton, and architect Kesse Reiser of Reiser + Umemoto. The amply illustrated volume designed by renowned Dutch graphic designers Studio COMA frames a critical look at five current projects and includes an interview of retired SOM partner Walter Netsch, designer of the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

SOM journal 2

93,45 zł Cena
Dostępność: na zamówienie SOM Journal 2 presents the recent work of one of the world's largest and most influential design firms in the context of a critical discussion between some of the profession's leading thinkers. Commentary by artist James Turrell, architects Tod Williams & Douglas Garofalo, engineer Werner Sobek, and architect and critic Wilfried Wang gives a frank review of the firm's current work. Projects featured are: Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center; the Central Plant at the University of California at Merced; the China World Trade Center in Beijing, China; the Greenwich Academy Upper School; the Deerfield Academy's Science, Math, and Technology Center; Elementary School Number 11 in Fairfield, Connecticu; the Jordan House in Bellas, Portugal; the People Mover Station at Dulles Airport in Washington, D.C.; and the Washington Monument Visitors Center in Washington, D.C. The volume also includes an interview by Detlef Mertins with former SOM partner Bruce Graham, designer of the John Hancock Tower in Chicago and an influential figure in the firm's history.

SOM journal 3

93,45 zł Cena
Dostępność: na zamówienie This third issue in a continuing series presents recent work by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, one of the world's largest and most influential architecture, urban design, engineering, and interior architecture firms. SOM places the firm's production in the context of critical discussion among some of the profession’s leading thinkers. Commentaries by artist Candida Höfer, architect Lisa Hutton, engineer Jane Wernick, and critics Diane Ghirado and Wilfried Wang give a frank review of the firm’s current work. This volume includes excerpts from the oral history of Gordon Bunshaft, who led the firm from the 1950s through the 1980s. Projects discussed include: 7 WTC, the Bank of Kuwait, Cantilevered Green Glass Tube, the Delbarton School, the European Central Bank Competition, the Lever House Exterior Skin Replacement, the Milliken Carpet Collaboration, Memorial Sloane Kettering, the Qatar Science Center, and the U.S. Census Bureau. Edited by Wilfried Wang.

SOM journal 4

93,45 zł Cena
Dostępność: na zamówienie Since 1936, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill has set the standard for corporate design, producing some of the most iconic buildings of the last century and shaping cities throughout the world. SOM, a small-format volume, amply illustrated and (of course) beautifully designed, places the firm's production in the context of critical discussion among some of the profession’s leading thinkers: artists, engineers, architectural critics and architects themselves. This most recent issue is edited by Diane Ghirardo, influential scholar of social spaces and professor of architectural history and theory, the author of four books and many essays including Surveillance and Spectacle in Ferrara Fascista, Architecture of Deceit, Eisenman's Bogus Avant-Garde and The Case for Letting Malibu Burn. * United States Census Bureau

Reflect: Barkow Leibinger

158,55 zł Cena
Dostępność: na zamówienie How might an architect design a building whose context hasn't yet been determined? Digital Media City is a new urban quarter in Seoul, zoned to grow up between the airport and the city center. But it's still on the drawing board: the site for the Barkow Leibinger project documented here was a lone parcel of land diagonally across from a new park. Given their uncertainty about neighboring structures, Frank Barkow and Regine Leibinger equipped theirs with the ability to kaleidoscopically reflect its surroundings--whatever they turn out to be--in a dimensional, folded glass facade. Reflect documents the process of this building's design and construction through texts, photographs and video stills. Work was completed in late 2006; the result is a versatile face in the midst of facelessness.

Cesar Pelli & Associates

166,95 zł Cena
Dostępność: na zamówienie Sections through a Practice: Cesar Pelli & Associates offers a unique analysis of the diverse and significant work of Cesar Pelli & Associates. Based on a concept by Bruce Mau Design, the book draws upon the firm's entire body of work to reveal themes that cross in multiple and distinct directions. It focuses on a series of these themes, making the firm's practice tangible, offering a richer, truer rendering and understanding of its work. This book presents not only the work of the firm but also its innovative and collaborative approach to the design process. With essays by Joseph Giovannini on the recent work of the firm and by Hiroyuki Suzuki on its work in Japan, Sections through a Practice provides insight into both the latest projects of the firm as well as its broad global practice. Photographs of nearly two hundred projects, both built and designed, have been filtered by these themes to present a visual coherence and rationale for each. Bruce Mau Design's graphic approach to Sections through a Practice creates an individual visual approach for each theme. 'Cuts' between sections alert the reader to the specificity and succession of the themes. The book's size and materials place it emphatically between a picture book and a novel-large enough to feature detailed photography but compact enough to be comfortably read.

Donald Judd Architecture

139,65 zł Cena
Dostępność: na zamówienie One of the leading representatives of Minimalism, Donald Judd's "specific objects," made of steel, wood, aluminum, and Plexiglass, undertook a radical and revolutionary analysis and redefinition of sculpture as it exists in space. Somewhat less familiar are Judd's numerous architectural and furniture designs, works which are closely related in formal terms to his ubiquitous art objects but which much more successfully reflect his concerns with utility. To best understand this aspect of Judd's work, a visit to Marfa, Texas is in order. In 1971, Judd bought an old fort near this small town; by systematically acquiring and transforming more and more local property, he amassed the largest ensemble of contemporary art in the world, with permanent installations of his own work and that of Carl Andre, John Chamberlan, Dan Flavin, and others. "Donald Judd: Architecture" presents drawings, design sketches, ground plans, and photographs of the grounds and architecture of this Minimalist desert oasis, and bears witness to Judd's role as the visionary architect and stage director of his own oeuvre. This book first appeared in 1991, in German. It has been thoroughly revised and expanded for this, its first English edition. "Art and architecture--all the arts--do not have to exist in isolation, as they do now. This fault is very much a key to the present society. Architecture is nearly gone, but it, art, all the arts, in fact all parts of the society, have to be rejoined, and joined more than they have ever been. This would be democratic in a good sense, unlike the present increasing fragmentation into separate but equal categories." --Donald Judd Edited by Peter Noever, of MAK, Vienna. Essays by Donald Judd, Rudi Fuchs, Brigitte Huck.

J. MAYER H. (Jürgen Mayer H.)

210,00 zł Cena
Dostępność: na zamówienie A complete survey of the work of J. Mayer H., whose very first building won them the coveted Mies van der Rohe Emerging Architect Prize in 2003. J. MAYER H. Architects, founded in Berlin in 1996 by Jürgen Mayer H., has won a number of awards for their extraordinary work. In recent years, they have created a furor with attention-getting buildings such as the new commons for the Universität Karlsruhe or the AdA 1 offices in Hamburg . In particular, Metropol Parasol, a gigantic structure for the market place in the heart of old Seville , has made J. MAYER H. Architects one of the offices most discussed by architecture critics. Edited by Henry Urbach and Cristina Steingräber, this is the first book to present the entire oeuvre of J. MAYER H., starting with research and moving through design to project development, and culminating in the actual building itself. A number of renowned authors, such as Rolf Fehlbaum, Andres Lepik, John Paul Ricco, Ilka und Andreas Ruby, Felicity D. Scott, Henry Urbach, und Philip Ursprung take a variety of approaches toward positioning the office’s work in today’s international architecture scene.

Mies and Modern Living...

210,00 zł Cena
Dostępność: na zamówienie In 1929 Barcelona was host to the World Arts Fair, an international architecture and design exposition attended by members of the Spanish royalty and many senior European government officials. It was an occasion for cultural grandstanding, an opportunity for countries to parade their native talent. So when the German government approached Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1886-1969) to design a pavilion, he was left in no doubt as to their expectations--and he met them, erecting an ultra-modern creation in glass, steel and four types of marble. Once he had accomplished this, Mies then set about designing furniture for his building--something none of his competitors appear to have thought of. Thus was born the iconic Barcelona chair, an ingenious blend of clean Modernist steel tubing and comfort-appeal cushioning. Gathering the proceedings of a 2007 symposium on van der Rohe, this publication takes the Barcelona chair as a starting point to address his progressive ideas on interior space and continuities between architecture and furniture design. Experts trace the highlights of Mies' career and flesh out a context for his innovations in the ferment of 1920s and 1930s Berlin. Also included is a series of previously unpublished photographs of Mies' work.

Ready for Take-Off...

152,25 zł Cena
Dostępność: na zamówienie An increasing number of German architects are “ready for take-off” into the league of global players in architecture. The firms selected for this publication are all currently working on their first large-scale projects outside of Germany. “Typical German” qualities—such as the potential for innovation, integrating designs into existing urban contexts, and maintaining high standards of technical knowledge—combined with classic secondary virtues—such as conscientiousness, reliability, and punctuality—are often crucial in winning international competitions and building contracts. In this publication, each architectural firm and its respective engineering partner not only presents a current foreign project, but also one of their completed buildings in Germany, thus providing a glimpse into the practical aspect of their working methods.

Ludovica + Roberto Palomba...

158,55 zł Cena
Dostępność: na zamówienie Their original and personal approach is based on a holistic design concept. In 1994 Ludovica + Roberto Palomba founded Palomba Serafini Associati and now work in the fields of architecture, industrial design, exhibition design, communications, and marketing consultation. They are chief artistic consultants to various companies and also develop design management projects. This publication explains how Ludovica + Roberto Palomba develop their projects, how they live, and how they work with companies. Their works are presented here in an intimate and personal way: from inspiration to lifestyle.


208,95 zł Cena
A cathedral of energy production in Japan meets the temples of ancient Egypt, the informal architecture of the slums, the grid-like façades of an enormous apartment complex in Paris, or the textures of nighttime light in a megalopolis. In the photographs by Andreas Gursky (*1955 in Leipzig), living environments, locations throughout our globalized world, and arenas of historical and political power are transformed into emblematic pictorial compositions. This publication assembles about fifteen large-format works taken by the world-famous photographer between 1988 and the present. Architecture is a special focus here, a central complex of themes in the oeuvre of the Düsseldorf-based artist. For the first time, each of Gursky's photographs is accompanied by commentary by a well-known author. The kaleidoscope of texts and images attractively demonstrates the depth and breadth of his concept of architecture, with a concentration on the structures and textures of the buildings' exterior and interior spaces.