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Thu Oct 16 17:49:47 2014 UTClccn-n841496710.06Sydney Opera House /0.510.93The courtyard houses /109411665Jørn_Utzonn 841496711215558Jørn UtzonUtzon, JoernUtzon, Joern 1918-2008Utzon, JørnUtzon, Jorn 1918-Utzon, Jörn 1918-2008Utzon, Jørn Obergウッツォン, Jウツソンlccn-n50061031Sydney Opera Houselccn-n80013484Drew, Philip1943-auilccn-n2005026454Murray, Peter1944-lccn-no98114833Watson, Anne(Anne Jeanette)lccn-n50005550Norberg-Schulz, Christianauictblccn-n80045865Futagawa, Yukio1932-edtlccn-n92046712Fromonot, Françoiselccn-n00007430Shofner, Shawndralccn-n79079077Gaudí, Antoni1852-1926lccn-nr93050698Warren & WetmoreUtzon, Jørn1918-2008Criticism, interpretation, etcHistoryInterviewsCatalogsExhibition catalogsDesigns and plansBiographyPictorial worksUtzon, Jørn,Sydney Opera HouseNew South Wales--SydneyArchitecture, ModernDenmarkArchitectureArchitectsChurch architectureAustraliaTheaters--Design and constructionNew York (State)--New YorkWarren & WetmorePublic architectureSpain--BarcelonaGrand Central Terminal (New York, N.Y.)Sagrada Família (Church : Barcelona, Spain)Railroad stationsGaudí, Antoni,Theater architectureCourtyard housesArchitecture, DomesticDenmark--BagsværdBagsværd kirkeDenmark--Fredensborg (Frederiksborg)Terrace housesThemes, motivesTheatersFemale friendshipSpain--MajorcaArchitectural practice, InternationalSwedenKuwaitKuwait.--Majlis al-UmmahPublic buildingsBuildings--Design and constructionNew South WalesArchitecture, DanishDenmark--SilkeborgMuseumsMuseum exhibitsSilkeborg museumArchitectural designArchitectural photography19182008195719581959196119621964196519671970197319741975197619791980198119831984198719881990199119931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320145518301537725.822099441NA1223.U88ocn221405137ocn817542059ocn076216303ocn315310861ocn723847712ocn314712997ocn313372881ocn444121342ocn442555783ocn456170977ocn455908557ocn001337937ocn769074690ocn769074688ocn840840064ocn780906982ocn781335073ocn468995615ocn772524942ocn8725367981586ocn012838899book19810.84Utzon, JørnChurch at Bagsvaerd, near Copenhagen, Denmark, 1973-76History1265ocn057514268book20040.74Møller, Henrik StenJørn Utzon housesHistoryCatalogs+-+1824023423795ocn050169078book20020.82Weston, RichardUtzon : inspiration, vision, architecture+-+3343243323324614ocn042705174visu19990.66The Edge of the PossibleHistoryInterviewsThis video traces the design and creation of the Sydney Opera House, including the political controversy that forced architect Jørn Utzon from the project. Included are extensive interviews with Utzon and his colleagues, and archival footage of building models that show Utzon's original vision for the project+-+5823161616514ocn064572112book20040.90Utzon, JørnUtzon's own houses491ocn058424953book20040.93The courtyard houses441ocn058425071book20040.90Pardey, JohnTwo houses on Majorca423ocn251304448book20080.88Utzon, JørnKuwait National Assembly : prefab+-+1672106423324341ocn006396376book19800.92Utzon, JørnSydney Opera House, Sydney, Australia, 1957-19732512ocn216889317book19580.30Utzon, JørnSydney National Opera HousePictorial works233ocn076216303book20010.53Weston, RichardUtzon : Inspiration, Vision Architektur234ocn260008366book19990.74Utzon, JørnJørn UtzonExhibition catalogs213ocn221405137visu19730.21The Fifth facadeHistoryShows the Sydney Opera House, from the start of construction to the spectacle of opening day. Sequences exploring the building's exterior are blended with scenes of the Opera House at work. The Danish architect offers his vision for a construction appropriate to the site216ocn037681216book19960.82Utzon, JørnUtzon : Mallorca2117ocn803240354book20040.47Utzon, JørnJorn Utzon logbook+-+1672106423324193ocn214323463book19910.35Utzon, JørnHouses in FredensborgCriticism, interpretation, etc182ocn222084068visu19940.26Skyer Clouds : Jørn UtzonInterviewsIn this Danish documentary, Utzon gives his first TV interview for twenty years. His falling-out with the New South Wales Government, and his subsequent dismissal from the Opera House project, has been the subject of much discussion and analysis over the years. As well as hearing Utzon's side of the story, two of his contemporaries also have their say, adding to our knowledge of the architect's work both before and after the Opera House153ocn669193275book20100.33Utzon, JørnJorn Utzon : conversaciones y otros escritos+-+6157770793324126ocn832559989book19950.47Drew, PhilipSydney Opera House : Jørn UtzonHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcPictorial works"Jørn Utzon's Opera House has a heroic quality; indeed, Utzon referred to it himself as a kind of 'cathedral', analogous to a Gothic church in the way that light and movement play across its public spaces. Its complex shell-like roof structures echo Gothic arches in section, but the building breaks with all precedent in its three-dimensional form. Finding a practical solution to the construction of these roofs occupied the architect and the engineer Ove Arup for many years, necessitating considerable experimentation with pre-cast concrete technology. Disputes with his client led to Utzon's withdrawal from the project, and the Opera House looked for a time as if it might be a white elephant. At last, after a sixteen-year gestation, it opened in 1973 having already become an Australian national icon"--Inside front cover+-+3067939625324106ocn803705436book20040.59Nieto, FuensantaJörn Utzon : Museo De Silkeborg = Silkeborg Museum 1969Exhibition catalogs7779ocn052839011book20030.39Murray, PeterThe saga of the Sydney Opera House : the dramatic story of the design and construction of the icon of modern AustraliaIt is a masterpiece of modern architecture, yet Jorn Utzon, its designer, walked out before completion. Opinions are still divided over who was at fault when he resigned after a row with the client in 1966, and the story continues to rouse powerful passions to this day. Now, nearly 40 years later, Utzon has been invited back to oversee the building's refurbishment."+-+81630885754959ocn033456074book19950.47Drew, PhilipSydney Opera House : Jørn UtzonHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcPictorial works"Jørn Utzon's Opera House has a heroic quality; indeed, Utzon referred to it himself as a kind of 'cathedral', analogous to a Gothic church in the way that light and movement play across its public spaces. Its complex shell-like roof structures echo Gothic arches in section, but the building breaks with all precedent in its three-dimensional form. Finding a practical solution to the construction of these roofs occupied the architect and the engineer Ove Arup for many years, necessitating considerable experimentation with pre-cast concrete technology. Disputes with his client led to Utzon's withdrawal from the project, and the Opera House looked for a time as if it might be a white elephant. At last, after a sixteen-year gestation, it opened in 1973 having already become an Australian national icon"--Inside front cover+-+30679396253243805ocn070765256book20060.47Watson, AnneBuilding a masterpiece : the Sydney Opera HouseHistory"Building a masterpiece explores some of the untold chapters in the long history of the Opera House's gestation, development and completion - the individuals whose careers were made or broken by the Opera House, the companies whose reputations were secured through their association with the building, and the pioneering construction methods, innovative technologies and methodologies developed to meet the demands of its unprecedented design and challenging construction. The workers who built the building, the politicians, architects and members of the public who championed it and its often beleaguered architect are discussed as is its current world status as a symbol of Australia."--Jacket+-+86946880352622ocn060798537book20060.06Shofner, ShawndraSydney Opera HouseJuvenile worksIntroduces the attractions and history of the Sydney Opera House+-+37996983062461ocn044655056book19990.39City iconsCriticism, interpretation, etcThese instantly recognisable buildings are symbols of national and metropolitan pride. Together, they provide insights into the role of civic architecture+-+K8238396252245ocn041121264book19980.53Fromonot, FrançoiseJørn Utzon : the Sydney Opera HouseCriticism, interpretation, etcThe Sydney Opera House is one of the most celebrated monuments of the 20th century and is an Australian national symbol. This book reveals exactly what happened during the process of designing and building the Opera House+-+07230727481533ocn027822288book19910.79Faber, TobiasJørn Utzon, houses in FredensborgHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc1256ocn043882189book19990.30Drew, PhilipThe masterpiece : Jørn Utzon, a secret lifeHistoryBiography+-+59846212363241244ocn183262793book20040.79Utzon, JørnJørn Utzon : the architect's universeCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsExhibition catalogs+-+16625164231226ocn000464528book19670.79Duek-Cohen, EliasUtzon and the Sydney Opera House; statement in the public interest1193ocn830124573book20130.79Andersen, Michael AsgaardJørn Utzon : drawings and buildingsJørn Utzon received worldwide fame as the architect of the Sydney Opera House, but his much larger body of work has a breadth and depth that is of great importance for modern architectural history. And yet, little is known of his work outside of academic architectural circles. Arguably the most important Danish architect of the twentieth century, Utzon pioneered the movement for modern architecture to reconnect with its particular place and time without abandoning the techniques and materials that made it accessible to larger audiences. Modernism, for Utzon, didn't need to sacrifice particularity and local character in order to retain relevance and his widely varied work around the globe - from the National Assembly in Kuwait to the Bagsvaerd Church in Denmark and of course the Opera House in Sydney - is a testament to this approach's success. This book is a collection of these successes, told thematically so that Utzon's integral approach and lasting effects might be understood for what they are - at once particular and universal1163ocn007170748book19800.86Utzon, JørnSydney Opera House : Sydney, Australia, 1957-731142ocn223106595book20090.06Matthews, SheelaghSydney Opera HouseJuvenile worksExplores the history of the Sydney Opera House, the people responsible for its building, and the science behind its construction+-+K1841854061141ocn055089711book20040.06Parks, Peggy JThe Sydney Opera HouseJuvenile worksDiscusses the design and construction of a building structure that was ahead of its time+-+2299585696621ocn053902762book20030.27Lawson, SylviaThe outside storyFiction+-+1625115926324583ocn061889073book20050.86Utzon, JørnUtzon and the new traditionCriticism, interpretation, etc566ocn310092276book20090.26Stube, KatarinaJorn Utzon's Sydney Opera HousePictorial worksA photographic essay of the Sydney Opera House, this book is a collaboration between the photographer, Katarina Stube and Jan Utzon, son of Jorn Utzon. Jan reveals the influence of the Sydney Opera House on his family's life up until today and shares anecdotes of an era of Australian history+-+1587615345562ocn085529214book20060.70Ferrer Forés, Jaime JJorn Utzon : obra y proyectos = works and projectsCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyDesigns and plans+-+4515770793324521ocn038831204book19970.37Messent, DavidOpera House act oneHistory442ocn040595174book19980.79Fromonot, FrançoiseJorn Utzon et l'Opéra de SydneyCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+1824023423+-+1824023423Thu Oct 16 15:24:35 EDT 2014batch30841