Название: 21st Century Architecture: Designer Houses
ISBN: 1864704411 ISBN-13(EAN): 9781864704419
Цена: 2299 р.
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Описание: This latest addition to IMAGES 21st Century series brings together more than 45 of the world's most stylish contemporary houses. From the Adriatic Coast in Greece to the rugged mountains of Switzerland; from the suburbs of Japan, to the glittering views from the Hollywood Hills, this diverse selection of modern houses have all been designed by some of the best residential architects working today. Complete with stunning professional colour photography, floor plans, and informative project descriptions, 21st Century Architecture: Designer Houses will be of interest to those who love beautiful houses, are looking for inspiration, or just like to dream. Designers featured include Caramel, idea, Humberto Hermeto Arquitetura, Parque Humano, Balance Associates Architects, Abramson Teiger Architects, alterstudio, LineBox Studio, Drozdov & Partners, Axis Architects, Mac Interactive, McClean Design, Marsh Cashman Koolloos Architects, Minarc, Buerger Katsota Architects, bento + azevedo arquitetos associados, Takashi Yamaguchi, Steinmetzdemeyer, Fran Silvestre Arquitectos, David Jameson Architect, Mojo Sumer, Belzberg Architects, Centerbrook Architects and Planners, Arkkitehdit NRT, Yasutaka Yoshimura Architects, Barilari Architetti, Feldman, genius loci, Bates and Masi Architects, CplusC, Paramita Abirama Itasadhya, Morris Partnership, Saaj Design, Base Architecture, Creative Arch, JVA, Connor + Solomon Architects, Godwardguthrie, clavienrossier architectes, 123DV, Paddle Creek Design, Zecc Architects, BBP Architects, Nervegna Reed Architecture, Paul+O Architects, stanic harding and atmos studio.
Автор: Decker Julie
Название: Modern North: Architecture on the Frozen Edge
ISBN: 1568988990 ISBN-13(EAN): 9781568988993
Цена: от 3267 до 4141 р.
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Описание: The geographic region around the North Pole is a raw and exotic area of untouched nature and inescapable beauty. Unique among the Earth's ecosystems, it includes both a vast, ice-covered ocean and a treeless region of tundra. Building in this extremely cold climate requires an advanced degree of ingenuity and resolve. Ecological conditions including high winds, snowdrifts, and permafrost, combined with periods of little or no sunlight, present seemingly impossible logistical hurdles. Recent years have witnessed an explosion of resident and invited architects creating buildings above 60 degrees latitude. The time has come for a new definition of a northern building-one that is both extraordinarily responsive to place and aesthetically provocative.
In Modern North, author Julie Decker presents thirty-four of the most compelling and far-ranging possibilities of contemporary architecture in the North. These buildings-located in northern Canada, Scandinavia, and Alaska-are united in the way they embrace extreme conditions. Rather than shut them out, these conditions are welcomed and often formed into the buildings' structures and materials, as in the way architecture is employed to mediate the harshness of the low-lying sun without replacing it with the harshness of artificial lights. The architects of Modern North exploit the natural topography to provide visual stimulation in places that sometimes offer little more than a whitescape. Modern North includes innovative institutional and residential structures by both established and up-and-coming architects, including a-lab, David Chipperfield, Jarmund/Vigsnaes, Studio Granda, Shim-Sutcliffe, and Snohetta. Essays by Brian Carter, Juhani Pallasmaa, Edwin Crittenden, and Lisa Rochon place the projects in the context of a new architectural response to the North.