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The architecture of Claude Parent and Paul Virilio 1963-1969.

  • The architecture of Claude Parent and Paul Virilio 1963-1969. AA Documents 3 In 1963 Claude Parent and Paul Virilio formed the “Architecture Principe” group with the aim of investigating a new kind of architectural and urban order. Rejecting the traditional axes of the horizontal and the vertical, they used oblique planes to create an architecture […]
moma

Texts by Herbert Muschamp and James Wines

  • Texts by Herbert Muschamp and James Wines James Wines is a founder-member if SITE Inc. and now Chairman of Parsons School of Design in New York. This Folio illustrates his fine ink and wash drawings, submitted to the competition for the Museum of Modern Art in Frankfurt – a seminal project in the recent evolution […]
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Limited edition, with cover signed by the artist. Essays by Andrew Holmes and Cedric Price.

  • Limited edition, with cover signed by the artist. Essays by Andrew Holmes and Cedric Price. Andrew Holmes is Britain’s best-known super-realist painter. Over the years he has built up an impressive body of work in which the constant subject matter of American trucks, cars and urban landscapes has been explored in increasing depth through a […]
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Text by Gunther Domenig, interview with Gunther Domenig by Alvin Boyarsky and Peter Cook

  • Text by Gunther Domenig, interview with Gunther Domenig by Alvin Boyarsky and Peter Cook Austrian architect Gunther Domenig is known as a non-conformist in the Viennese architectural scene. His controversial ‘Z’ Bank in Vienna is a shocking and expressive building whose contorted and extravagant facade deliberately confronts the traditional concept of the stately character of […]
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A record of a symposium hosted by the Architectural Association to celebrate the work of Alison and Peter Smithson. This book includes specially commissioned essays, among them an important piece on Robin Hood Gardens, and photographs selected from the Smithson family archive.

  • A record of a symposium hosted by the Architectural Association to celebrate the work of Alison and Peter Smithson. This book includes specially commissioned essays, among them an important piece on Robin Hood Gardens, and photographs selected from the Smithson family archive.
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Texts by Daniel Libeskind

  • Texts by Daniel Libeskind Daniel Libeskind is admired for his capacity to bring new dimensions to the perception of architecture. Following the acclaim which greeted his competition-winning City Edge project for Berlin, his work was selected for the recent MoMA Deconstructivism exhibition. Libeskind’s study Theatrum Mundi contains a cycle of twelve abstract color plates which […]
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Text by Michael Sorkin. Conversation between Wolf Prix and Helmut Swiczinnski and Alvin Boyarsky

  • Text by Michael Sorkin. Conversation between Wolf Prix and Helmut Swiczinnski and Alvin Boyarsky Coop Himmelblau was founded in Vienna by Wolf Prix and Helmut Swiczinski. Their oeuvre until recently consisted of a number of provocative installations, self-set projects and some small conversations in central Vienna, the best known of which is the Studio Bauman. […]
kojiki

Texts by Peter Wilson, Kiko Mozuna, Feliz Ruiz, Kunihiko Yoshimeki

  • Texts by Peter Wilson, Kiko Mozuna, Feliz Ruiz, Kunihiko Yoshimeki In the mod-1970s, Chris Fawcett wrote about Kiko Mozuna’s highly symbolic houses in his book, the New Japanese house. These narratives in concrete preceded, and in many cases inspired, attempts in the West to reinstate a level  of profound meaning into the act of building. […]
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Text by Colin St John Wilson with contemporary appreciations by Howard Robertson, Alvar Aalto, Morton Shand and Gunnar Asplund.

  • Text by Colin St John Wilson with contemporary appreciations by Howard Robertson, Alvar Aalto, Morton Shand and Gunnar Asplund. Swedish architect Gunnar Asplund is an important but neglected figure in the history of early Modernist architecture, whose work, which spanned the transition from the neo-Romanticism of the early years of the century to the full-blown […]
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Texts by Jeffrey Kipnis and Nina Hofer

  • Texts by Jeffrey Kipnis and Nina Hofer Peter Eisenman has for the past decade been acknowledged as an architect who consistently extends the boundaries of architectural theory and practice. In this Folio, a sequence of fourteen drawings showing four stages in the development of Eisenman’s conceptual formula, or rather anti-formula (decomposition), are interpreted in high-quality […]

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