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Thu Oct 16 18:04:19 2014 UTClccn-n500136570.30Building the Getty /0.650.93On architecture : lecture /98048351Richard_Meiern 50013657491352748597Meier, Peter Richard Alan 1934-Meier, R. 1934-Meier, R. (Richard), 1934-Meier, RichardMeier, Richard AlanRichard Meierマイヤー, リチャードlccn-n79108317Frampton, Kennethothauictblccn-n91069449Richard Meier & Partnerslccn-n79113808Rykwert, Joseph1926-othauictbviaf-233904469Getty Center (Los Angeles, Calif.)lccn-n79054885Vignelli, Massimoctblccn-n50016704Blaser, Werner1924-edtlccn-no94031113Jodidio, Philipauiedtlccn-n80045865Futagawa, Yukio1932-edtlccn-n50056931Museum für Kunsthandwerk Frankfurt am Mainlccn-n91101726Rizzoli International PublicationsMeier, Richard1934-HistoryCatalogsCriticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogsPictorial worksDesigns and plansInterviewsMeier, Richard,United StatesArchitectureArchitecture, ModernRichard Meier & PartnersThemes, motivesGetty Center (Los Angeles, Calif.)California--Los AngelesArchitecture, DomesticArt centersArchitecture, PostmodernArchitecture--Themes, motivesArt museum architectureAestheticsArchitectural practice, InternationalDesignArchitectsArchitects as artistsArchitect-designed housesArchitect-designed decorative artsArchitecture, AmericanHariri & Hariri (Firm)Spain--BarcelonaGermany--Frankfurt am MainMuseu d'Art Contemporani (Barcelona, Spain)Museum für Kunsthandwerk Frankfurt am MainSynagogue architectureEuropeDecoration and ornamentArchitecture--DetailsOld Westbury House (Old Westbury, N.Y.)Connecticut--DarienNew York (State)--Old WestburyFound objects (Art)Space (Architecture)Color in architectureTexture in architectureStamberg Aferiat Architecture (Firm)Ackerberg House (Malibu, Calif.)California--MalibuNew York (State)Germany--UlmStadthaus UlmGrotta House (N.J.)New Jersey--Harding (Township)Villa Savoye (Poissy, France)Row housesInterior architectureApartment housesLofts19341942194819521953195519561962196319651967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320141608411002051720.92NA737.M44ocn180540013ocn174915332ocn315862654ocn799826934ocn180437959ocn833410665ocn613920893ocn174915546ocn174915652ocn833446390ocn312576548ocn824652791ocn844041149ocn313639879ocn313368893ocn312919702ocn313126995ocn313665824ocn845336393ocn310648207ocn799493187ocn443936162ocn444662581ocn441844644ocn441181164ocn797814792ocn441664418ocn441758759ocn797852173ocn440044696ocn470972085ocn468537367ocn455925523ocn455607604ocn148074358ocn420110255ocn421841714ocn421694397ocn421842234ocn470180911ocn780701674ocn442712165ocn313304230ocn254934763ocn879590421ocn879590397ocn420110255ocn040556210ocn04055623168712ocn037465324book19970.30Meier, RichardBuilding the GettyOne of America's most eminent architects tells us what it was like to undertake the architectural commission of the century: the building of the Getty Center in Los Angeles. Writing with wit and passion and in engrossing detail, Richard Meier takes us behind the scenes of the thirteen-year-long, one-billion-dollar project. Meier tells us how he was selected from more than thirty architects, after a lengthy and involved series of interviews, to design the cultural campus on the spectacular 110-acre site overlooking the Santa Monica Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. The Getty was a new cultural institution, and Meier worked with the program directors to design the buildings that would serve them best. In the beginning, neither he nor the Getty had any idea of the complications in store for them. The sheer scale and complexity of the project, and the number of people involved in every decision, continued to mean constant revisions. As construction moved ahead, Meier lived on the site, yet commuted to his New York office to manage ongoing European projects, while in his new office in Los Angeles, the population of architects handling the Getty grew to more than a hundred. Although the Center's design had been agreed on, much negotiation lay ahead before questions of material, color, and landscaping were at last settled. Finally, in 1996, almost half of the Center was ready to be occupied, and Meier could see that the work - carried out by the many architects, engineers, technicians, craftsmen, and builders for twelve years - was well on its way to being completed+-+08955902852896ocn033180008book19950.50Jodidio, PhilipRichard MeierHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsPrésentation des projets et réalisations de Richard Meier, l'un des plus remarquables architectes du 20e siècle. De superbes photos de façades et d'intérieurs illustrent ses oeuvres: maisons individuelles, musées, centres administratifs+-+01074377383242617ocn035650850book19960.74Blaser, WernerRichard Meier : detailsBetr. S. 116-127: Euregio Büro- und Geschäftsgebäude Basel+-+48590891283242609ocn029914241book19920.74Brawne, MichaelMuseum für Kunsthandwerk, Richard MeierHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcThe Frankfurt Museum for Decorative Arts is one of Richard Meier's major buildings of the 1980s. This book looks at this building which is based on Le Corbusier's Purist syntax and sets out from two existing geometries found on the site+-+50127396253242578ocn069671837book20050.63Hariri, GisueHariri & Hariri houses"Since starting their practice in 1986, Iranian-born, American-educated sisters Gisue and Mojgan Hariri have earned widespread praise for their ambitious body of work. Their up-to-the-minute recasting of classical modernist principles has made them a source of continuing inspiration to design students and professionals alike. The projects presented in Hariri & Hariri: Houses all demonstrate the rare ability of the Hariris to combine modernist rigor with what New Yorker architecture critic Paul Goldberger has identified as an "understanding of the patterns of everyday life.""--BOOK JACKET+-+342273293524812ocn028115334book19900.74Meier, RichardRichard Meier2405ocn003195395book19630.77Jewish Museum (New York, N.Y.)Recent American synagogue architecture2281ocn002705615book19760.77Cooper-Hewitt MuseumMan transforms : an international exhibition on aspects of design for the opening of the Smithsonian Institution's, National Museum of Design, Cooper-Hewitt MuseumHistoryExhibition catalogs20510ocn034473380book19960.77Meier, RichardAckerberg House & addition : Richard Meier+-+K2790703362006ocn035718677book19970.82Stamberg, Peter SStamberg Aferiat+-+96657329351887ocn053336847book20030.70Brown, CocoAmerican dream : the houses at Sagaponac : modern living in the Hamptons+-+14807329351706ocn027187523book19930.82Blaser, WernerWeishaupt Forum, Richard Meier : Zum neuen Weishaupt Forum-was gute Architektur sein kann : le nouveau Forum Weishaupt-un exemple de bonne architecture : on the new Weishaupt Forum-what good architecture can beHistory1704ocn141384151book20070.74Meier, RichardThe Grotta House by Richard Meier"The best architects are often defined by a singular residential commission - for example, Fallingwater by Frank Lloyd Wright or the Farnsworth House by Mies van der Rohe. In Richard Meier's case, the Grotta House is the culmination of the styles and techniques that can be found in the best of his work. Designed and constructed in the second half of the 1980s, the house also exhibits the Grottas exceptional collection of crafts and furniture." "This book, which includes a very candid interview with the Grottas as well as detailed photography and text commenting on every facet of the residence, is essential reading for the modern architect or anyone who aspires to commission a house."--BOOK JACKET+-+34558329351616ocn001365530book19720.82Le CorbusierVilla Savoye, Poissy, France, 1929-311491ocn834963161book20140.31Broadhurst, RonThe urban house : townhouses, apartments, lofts, and other spaces for city livingPictorial works"An authoritative volume on the most innovative new residential design in cities around the globe. This carefully curated book presents twenty-five new and recent spaces for city living. Author Ron Broadhurst has selected projects that represent a set of ideas that can be described as belonging particularly to our time and which will shape how we think of living in the city in the future. Where the great experimenters of the last century were stripping away ornamentation and creating free-flowing spaces for the first time, today's innovators are pioneering research in the potential of new materials for both formal invention and environmental sustainability and creating bold and sophisticated essays in the adaptive reuse of spaces originally designed for other purposes. With the newest work from such design luminaries as Andrée Putman, Annabelle Selldorf, and Richard Meier, as well as emergent talents like Barbara Bestor and Messana O'Rorke, The Urban House is a uniquely coherent volume on the best in new residential design."--Publisher's website14610ocn044967771book19920.82Mulas, AntoniaRichard Meier : the Getty CenterHistoryDesigns and plansPictorial works+-+94173063331055ocn009201957book19800.93Meier, RichardOn architecture : lectureHistory983ocn041152040visu19990.74Artful architecture the Getty Center and the Guggenheim Museum BilbaoInterviewsIn the first segment, Jeffrey Kaye discusses the design of the Getty Center in Los Angeles with architect Richard Meier, architecture critic Leon Whiteson, and art critic Christopher Knight. In the second segment, Elizabeth Farnsworth interviews architect Frank Gehry about his design for the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain963ocn319495799book20090.88Conforti, ClaudiaRichard MeierCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+2955869133925ocn045587096book20000.35Üben & Wiederholen : Sinn schaffen, Können entwickelnInhalt: Facetten einer umstrittenen Praxis - Wege für den Lernalltag - Arbeiten in den Fächern66510ocn022505519book19910.56Meier, RichardRichard Meier, architect : 1985/1991HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcUitgebreid overzicht van het werk van de Amerikaanse architect (geb. 1934)+-+06786329356484ocn009645682book19840.39Meier, RichardRichard Meier, architect, 1964/1984HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+12495329355245ocn271459557book20060.70Meier, RichardRichard Meier : houses and apartmentsHistoryCatalogsPictorial works"Featured here are twenty-eight house and apartment projects, illuminated in color photographs, as well as plans, and insightfully appraised by three eminent architecture critics. Included are a collection of Meier's most important early U.S. projects, among them the Smith House of 1967, in Darien, Connecticut; the Saltzman House in East Hampton; and the Douglas House, sited on a precipice overlooking Lake Michigan. New projects featured in this volume comprise a global collection of architectural masterpieces - from a master-planned resort in the Caribbean, to a proposed palace in Dubai, to a residential compound in China - and back again to the United States, with two beach houses in Malibu, a famed trio of residential towers in New York's West Village, a master plan for Manhattan's East Side, and much more." "In a new preface, Meier himself weighs in on some of his earliest private projects. Paul Goldberger, architecture critic for The New Yorker, has added a postscript to the essay that appeared in the first houses volume, bringing his assessment of Meier's residental oeuvre into the twenty-first century. Noted critic Joseph Giovannini provides a comprehensive look at Meier's latest architectural innovations. And, finally, Joseph Rykwert, respected scholar and historian, contributes a thoughtful afterword in which he outlines the characteristics that unite the architect's wide-ranging residential projects."--Jacket+-+99447329353796ocn002644012book19760.66Meier, RichardRichard Meier, architect : buildings and projects, 1966-19763284ocn052284678book20030.66Meier, RichardRichard MeierCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsThis volume presents the complete works of one of the world's most distinguished contemporary architects, Richard Meier. It presents 89 of Meier's buildings, beginning with the Smith House in Connecticut, and ending with projects under construction+-+78686895463255ocn039659749book19990.56Meier, RichardRichard Meier, architect, 1992/1999HistoryThe development and significance of Richard Meier's work is discussed in two essays by the distinguished architectural historians and critics Kenneth Frampton and Joseph Rykwert. A postscript by Arata Isozaki, a biographical chronology, and a selected bibliography complete the monograph+-+83957329352961ocn034598195book19960.50Richard Meier houses, 1962/1967HistoryRichard Meier, one of America's most influential and widely emulated architects, began his career in the early 1960s designing private houses and residential projects whose elegant modernist style and white facades have become icons of modern architecture. Renowned as the designer of large projects throughout the world, such as the Frankfurt Museum for the Decorative Arts, the Getty Center in Los Angeles, and The Hague City Hall and Central Library, Meier set a style all+-+56846329352692ocn020262003book19900.74Meier, RichardBuilding for art = Bauen für die KunstHistory2462ocn037293330book19970.82Meier, RichardRichard Meier, Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art+-+81090703362382ocn041504590book19990.63Meier, RichardRichard Meier, architectHistoryExhibition catalogs"Over his thirty-five-year career Richard Meier has produced an internationally recognized body of work that reinterprets and recovers the ideals of modernism. With the completion of the landmark Getty Center in Los Angeles, Meier's distinct vision has emerged as architecture that is truly for our time. This catalog, accompanying a major exhibition organized by The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (and traveling throughout the world), beautifully documents Meier's career with exquisite duotone photographs and the architect's own drawings, most of which have never been published."--BOOK JACKET+-+69958453062255ocn001945826book19730.90Meier, RichardSmith House, Darien, Connecticut, 1967 ; House in Old Westbury, Long Island, New York, 1971HistoryDesigns and plans2033ocn193177504book20080.70Jodidio, PhilipMeier : Richard Meier & Partners: complete works 1963-2008Criticism, interpretation, etc+-+98318377382012ocn030895828book19940.79Meier, RichardRichard Meier sculpture, 1992/1994Catalogs1854ocn059819440book20040.56Meier, RichardRichard Meier : recent worksCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsI denna monografi finns alla Richar Meiers stora och mer välkända projekt från det senaste decenniet samlade. Den amerikanske arkitekten har sedan 1960-talet gjort sig känd för en abstrakt modernism kombinerad med tankar om stadsbilden och det omgivande landskapet. Som exempel på detta finns Getty Center i Los Angeles, muséerna i Atalanta och Barcelona samt jubileumskyrkan i Rom. Rikt illustrerad med engelsk text+-+57776843251773ocn427611148book20090.70Meier, RichardRichard Meier, architect : 2004/2009HistoryCatalogs+-+78278329351775ocn033285481book19930.84Meier, RichardRichard Meier : Stadthaus UlmHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+44534158481571ocn054014793book20030.79Meier, RichardRichard Meier : the architect as designer and artistExhibition catalogs+-+20407329351372ocn003293735book19750.88Meier, RichardDouglas House, Harbor Springs, Michigan, U.S.A., 19741342ocn051911786book20030.88Fischer, VolkerRichard Meier : der Architekt als Designer und Künstler = The architect as designer and artistHistoryExhibition catalogs+-+57801078481274ocn037293628book19970.79Cassarà, SilvioRichard MeierHistory"In 1963, shortly after graduating from Cornell, Richard Meier commenced his architectural career with a series of private houses which constituted a new typological contribution to 20th-Century residential architecture. In the intervening years, Meier's professional career has been highly productive, and he has successfully consolidated his own personal style in a great variety of works and projects, both in the United States and in Europe, with commissions for public buildings, cultural centres and museums and corporate headquarters for major international companies. This book, abundantly illustrated and documented, offers a chronological survey of Meier's work, from the first houses in the Hamptons to the most recent buildings including the Getty Center in Los Angeles, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Barcelona and the Swissair headquarters in Melville (N.Y.)."+-+6841670793+-+0895590285+-+0895590285Thu Oct 16 16:04:33 EDT 2014batch57366