Texts by George L-Legendre, John Sharp, Chris Wise
John Pickering is a British artist who uses mathematics to produce small, finely wrought scultures brimming with architectonic qualities. From the large body of algebra available to the lover of visual maths, he borrows one equation only.
96 pages, extensive ills
224 x 180 mm, Paperback, 2010
This publication describes the morphogenesis of the concept of flux structure through four projects - Island City Central Park and Kakamigahara Crematorium (with Toyo Ito) and Qatar Education City Convention Centre and Florence New Station (with Arata Isozaki).
112 pages, b/w & col. ills
218 x 152 mm, Paperback, 2007
Edited by Michael Mack, with contributions from Gerda Breuer, Neil Leach, Rolf Sachsse, Hubertus von Amelunxen
It is as though human beings - in an age increasingly dominated by photography - have taken on the attributes of the camera... 'We now see the world in terms of the "snapshot", and according to the mechanism of the camera itself.' Neil Leach
196 pages, extensive col. & b/w ills
270 x 240 mm, Paperback, 1999
Essays by Jürg Conzett, Mohsen Mostafavi, Bruno Reichlin
Jürg Conzett is not afraid to use the achievements of the past as a source of innovative thinking for the present; his sources of inspiration range from the Grubenmann brothers to Isambard Kingdom Brunel, among others. Equally, many of his projects a
304 pages, extensive col. & b/w ills
290 x 290 mm, Paperback, 2006
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